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I Have The Power

GUI for illustrating the mathematics of large hash algorithms

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A cross platform (Windows\Linux) graphical interface for demonstrating the numerical enormity of large hash algorithms like MD5 (128 bits), SHA1 (160 bits), SHA256 (256 bits) and SHA512 (512 bits). Useful for demonstrations to non-technical audiences such as jury panels, school children, students and so on by converting the scientific notation of the algorithm to "1 in 340 billion....".

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  • Displays the mathmatical probability of any given hash value matching for different data
  • Choose between MD5, SHA1, SHA256 and SHA512 hash algorithms and apply it to your own data string
  • Useful teaching aid for students or non-technical audiences, jury panels and so on


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