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The MD5 hashing algorithm creates a one-way hash from any string (such as a password). So given the hash string the only way to get the original string is to do a dictionary attack.
If this algorithm is used to hash a password and the password is captured by a third party they will have to use a dictionary attack to discover the password. I ported an implementation of the MD5 algorithm to ActionScript for use in Flash applications.

Download the ActionScript MD5 Code

Date posted: June 2, 2006 | Author: | No Comments »

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