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[Discuss] Crashplan is discontinued

Mike Small <smallm at> writes:

> John Abreau <abreauj at> writes:
>> I've heard of tools using MD5 or SHA1 hashes to identify duplicates, and
>> potential issues with hash collisions causing false positives.
> By accident or maliciously? The numbers seem off for accidental
> collisions. An md5 sum is a 16 digit hex number. That gives

Typo here. It's a 32 bit hex number.

Mike Small
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