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GrDukeMaldenParticipantI’m a little confused about what @Gorblimey is talking about.
- January 28, 2020 at 7:56 pm
They said that ccleaner “has a download hash” in a way that implies not everything has a “download hash”
Literally every file has an info hash of every kind. MD5, SHA1, SHA256 and so on. Every file has one. That’s why it’s such a good way to keep a whitelisting application from being fooled. Because if the file is different, the hashes calculated from it will also be different.
A digital signature is more like a name tag. Any idiot can wear a name tag that says anything, it doesn’t make them who that name tag says they are.
I’ve never seen an honest test of voodooshield where it failed. Even with the default settings.
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