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Hashing with CryptoAPI 05-May-2014

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Submitted on: 5/5/2014 7:11:16 AM
By: Kenaso 
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 9 Users
Compatibility: VB 6.0
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     Example of using MS CryptoAPI hash algorithms (MD2, MD4, MD5, SHA1,SHA256, SHA384, SHA512) available with Windows. Very well documented. Works with Windows 8.1 === 08-Mar-2012 Updated reference to FIPS 180-4 dated Mar-2012. === 05-May-2014 Minor tweaks. Updated clsOperSystem class.

 
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10/18/2010 9:11:27 AMThePiper

Hello Kenneth

Wow! Thanks for CryptoAPI SHA2! Didn't know that Sha2 is now contained in the MS CSP. The constant MS_ENH_RSA_AES_PROV_XP let me suspect that AES is also available in it.
You would be the right man to demonstrate a professional reference implementation in VB6! The Iast challenge... Yes, I know..., but please don't say no! ;-)
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10/19/2010 8:55:59 AMKenaso

Working on it Alfred. MS does not make it easy. They tend to get off the path and lost in the woods. I am trying to find a user friendly way to utilize their encryption process. So far it is very frustrating.
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10/21/2010 6:36:02 AMThePiper

SUPERB!!
Yes, Kenneth, the MS Crypto API is a hard way, but his core functions are of the best quality world wide, I think. A must for MS. So, please, fight it out. I will spend a lot of time to test the results ("field tests"). Until then - good luck! ;-)
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6/3/2011 6:14:15 AMKenaso

MS does not support SHA-224, SHA-512/224, or SHA-512/256 at this time. The current code is pretty solid. If you find any problems, pleae notify me. Thank you.
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4/1/2012 9:45:19 PMm poser

CryptoAPI has a skeleton key to assist NSA later, google it or ask Iranians :) Flawed just like any other tech from MS. Also your other wiping utiliy does not wipe anything. I recovered all files with recovery software.
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4/2/2012 6:00:29 PMKenaso

m poser,
1. Skeleton key? Is this rumor control or some other conspiracy gossip? Is there some evidence of this key? Besides this is hashing not coding. Hashes are in conjunction with FIPS 180-02-, 180-3 and 180-4 NIST Publications.
2. As far as the wiping of files, please elaborate as to what you did to perform a wipe along with how it was recovered. You are the first to ever make such a claim and I am very interested your findings.
Write to me directly with screen shots and the steps you followed. Thank you.

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8/11/2012 4:37:01 PMBonnie West

Excellent!
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1/1/2014 3:25:53 PMolandi_mundi

This thorax is a child or a coward user ? I wonder that because he voted erroneously for many codes that were incredible ... like this one
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