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digital signature

An electronic signature based on cryptographic rules and parameters of originator authentication, which identify the signer and verify the integrity of the data pertaining to the signature.
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digital signature

In an electronic health record, a unique, personalized alphanumeric code (or set of codes) that identifies one and only one user of the system.
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The unsigned 8 bit authentication data length present in field permits other authentication algorithms to be substituted by MD5. The Route Tag (RT) field is provided a method of separating internal intra-domain route provided by an Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP) from external inter-domain route by Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP).
The cheapest and fastest way to figure out what's wrong at this early stage is to test the anomalous software with the wrong MD5 hash code.
of injected injected faults faults HMAC-MD4 [n/3] NMAC-MD4 2 x [n/3] HMAC-MD5 [n/3] NMAC-MD5 2 x [n/3] HMAC-SHA-224 [n/3] NMAC-SHA-224 [n/3] + [n/2] HMAC-SHA-256 [n/3] NMAC-SHA-256 2 x [n/3] HMAC-SHA-384 [n/3] NMAC-SHA-384 [n/3] + n HMAC-SHA-512 [n/3] NMAC-SHA-512 2 x [n/3] TABLE 2: Parameters of MD4, MD5 and SHA-2.
MD5 is a hashing algorithm used to validate data integrity.
Using technology called a high-throughput sequencer, Rock's group decoded the order of 177,874 pairs of chemical "letters," called nucleotides, comprising the Md5 vv strain's DNA alphabet for 104 genes.
The cryptographic attack, known as an MD5 chosen prefix collision, was used by Flame's creators to generate a rogue Microsoft digital code-signing certificate that allowed them to distribute the malware to Windows computers as an update from Microsoft.
The Express DR 250/255 hardware accelerated data deduplication cards use built-in SHA-1 or MD5 hashing algorithms and single-pass LZS 2.5:1 data compression (on average) with an optional encryption engine.
Since current CPU chips have two or four cores (which are separate processors), a properly configured computer can run Password Recovery sixteen times faster than before providing password recovery solutions for all Microsoft Office documents, Microsoft Money and OneNote, Adobe Acrobat PDF files, PKCS12 certificates, LM/NTLM hashes used in Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008 logon passwords, PGP, Lotus Notes ID files, MD5 hashes, and UNIX and Oracle users' passwords.
MatchPort's Evolution OS offers a range of data encryption and authentication options, including secure SSH v2 and SSL v3 protocol support with a choice of AES, 3DES encryption coupled with SHA-1 or MD5 authentication.
* AEGIS Client - An 802.1x-based client solution supporting MD5, TLS, TTLS, LEAP, and PEAP on Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems that is interoperable with industry wireless access points and authentication servers.