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Author Topic: Seuntjie Dice Bot Checksum Data (MD5,SHA1,SHA256,TIGER,WHIRLPOOL)  (Read 2167 times)
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March 17, 2014, 06:42:03 AM
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Why should you checksum programs?

If you're using a program to handle Bitcoin you will most likely want to be assured the program you downloaded has not been edited by anyone else but the developer (If the file has been comprised by a hacker your Bitcoin may be at stake). Before I downloaded this program I downloaded it 5 times from various locations and then compared all the checksum data to be assured that the file I am downloading is indeed the original file.


Intro: I figured since quite a few people used this Dice Bot there should be a thread with comparisons of check sum data. Feel free to compare your checksum data to mine.


Checksum programs
: The executable console programs I used for the various checksum tests are located here : http://md5deep.sourceforge.net/
If you would like to use the checksum utility from Microsoft here is the link : http://support.microsoft.com/kb/841290 (Only MD5 and SHA1 hashes are produced with this program)

Checksum Hases
: DiceBot-2.4.6 checksums for the .zip file version 2.4.6.


Link for Dice Bot : http://sourceforge.net/projects/seuntjiejddb/


MD5: 88720593147c29a835ff0fca877b43b9

SHA1: 3abd3976d4816148eaca332e293d9c8814dfa450

SHA256: 9c769acd10552f0dd4260fce6719bb3cf4c3003a0efc07e725c35ea163fe2b81

TIGER: 8613d357d474217cace59bcef783328adccccaa0d074934e

WHIRLPOOL: 33146ae014d9af27b412ce9bf9a0db9a3af6b129b986805b5872ba28bae58651fbf7ced70e1f205 3bfa19cedd62a16dcb6ef1b6cb0cc48a6f3eaed169c05e7ea







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