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FAQ for SHA256, SHA384, SHA512 and PRNG code

FAQ for SHA256, SHA384, SHA512 and PRNG code

(OP)
I had need for the things listed and thought I would share them here as well.

I updated FAQ102-7423: Use the Windows Crypto API to get a Hash of a file. with relevant information to be able to use the Windows crypto API functions to get SHA256, SHA384, and SHA512 hashes.

As well, I posted FAQ102-7590: Use the Windows Crypto API for Pseudo-Random Data Generation, which has a function demonstrating the CS-PRNG that is in the Windows crypto API functions.

It is not possible for anyone to acknowledge truth when their salary depends on them not doing it.

RE: FAQ for SHA256, SHA384, SHA512 and PRNG code

Thanks!

On a sidenote do you have an account SO also?

/Daddy

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RE: FAQ for SHA256, SHA384, SHA512 and PRNG code

(OP)
I just noticed this reading back through here. Yes I do have an account on SO (Glenn1234 is me). Usually though I just ask questions and provide the occasional answer when there isn't already one. You'll probably see more of me in [assembly] than other places as of late, though, because I'm trying to learn it at the moment (though worthy projects are admittedly a challenge to find).

It is not possible for anyone to acknowledge truth when their salary depends on them not doing it.

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