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    The end of Sha-1 near?

    Hi Group, Last weekend some brilliant mathematicians have demonstrated that collisions in Sha-1 are plausible (or how nuanced would you like me to say it :wink: heise-security.co.uk/news/77244 "Cryptographic experts at the Crypto 2006 conference have demonstrated a modified method of attack...
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    New hashing tool --> ssdeep

    Hi group, Another nice tool from the creator of MD5deep, SSDeep. ssdeep.sourceforge.net It can compare hashes of pieces of a file, so for example remnants of a file found in Freespace could be compared with (pieces) of their original. From the included readme file: "Computes a checksum...
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    Carve tool --> Scalpel

    Hi Group, Just wanted to share a recent experience. A friend of mine pointed me to Scalpel, a carving tool based on Foremost. This tool's really great. Check out the research paper written by the develloper of the tool: cs.uno.edu/%7Egolden/Stuff/scalpel2005.pdf Scalpel is just as good or...
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    DoD wiping standards --> DoD 5200.28-STD

    Hi group, Perhaps someone can help me out with this one. Most documents pertaining wiping refer to DoD 5200.28-STD explaining the three pass requirement. I have researched the Internet in search for this document and the text that holds this passage. I can find several versions of DoD...

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