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Hash Library
The Hash Library is a collection of commonly used hashing functions. Functions are available through a dynamic library (DLL) or directly from a Delphi source unit. The library is free and comes with complete source code. Hashing functions: A hashing function is an algorithm for computing a (fixed size) condensed representations of a message. The message is the data for which a condensed representation is calculated. The condensened representation is more commonly refered to as the message digest. Hashing functions are useful when an unique number, or fingerprint, is needed to represent a (large) piece of data. Hashes are refered to as secure if it is computationally infeasible to find a message that produce a given digest, ie the reverse of the hashing process. The library supports the following hashing algorithms:
