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RE: Custom Hash Cracking

fashizzlepop
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Posted on 25-08-10 04:40
"aa" would give the primes 2 and 2. This would give the hash 4. It's prime multiplication that gives unique products. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Composite_number

Edit: Yes: hash('az'Wink == hash('za'Wink

Although, if I am correct, placement DOES matter once numbers become to large for batch and overflow.


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Edited by fashizzlepop on 25-08-10 16:25
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