Signing a file, crypto checksum
Date: Thu, 19 Feb 2004 13:36:10 -0800
I need to create a crypto checksum (Hash) to dedect modifications to a file.
1. Where can I / should I store the hash value in the file(header)?
2. How can I access this location using .NET classes?
thank you, herbert
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