They all use md5 checksums. Is there a way if people are worried of using a more secure encryption algorithm such as SHA256 or SHA 512?

On Sat, Mar 8, 2014 at 10:42 AM, David Gerard <> wrote:
On 8 March 2014 06:29, Vesa <> wrote:

> So don't you tell me that it's impossible to guarantee security. It's not.
> It's just a matter of putting some effort to it.
> The question is, is this feature worth that effort.

The first rule of crypto implementation is "never roll your own". So
the question then is: what do other projects do? Say, Firefox, Chrome,
LibreOffice, Linux distros. Whatever approach to this is worth doing
will have been done already and should probably be adopted.

- d.

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