HIME: Huge Integer Math and Encryption

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    "Apply basic integer math to humongous intergers & files"

    March 30, 2009  |  


    To program with it is pretty straight forward. An 'Include' file and DLL are used to make it work with several program languages. The DLL is distributable without charge. The Help file is usually pretty clear on how to do most things.


    Catch the initial parts of HELP to grasp some things. Help for MD5 itself doesn't mention that endian-ness must be reversed in Windows. After processing MD5, or the likes, swapping endians is required. Functions may have been failing (my grasp).


    If it is possible, reversing the processes used can help verify results. Wishing to encrypt in a relatively unique way was probabaly the focus of its creation. Checksums was my personal goal. It does that pretty fast.

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