I am trying to deploy a md5 file to JFrog artifactory for one of our jars. The file has the extension md5. The filename has the name of the jar so if the jar was to be called file1.jar than its md5 would be file1.md5. Artifactory we have is of version 3.0. We are aware that Artifactory has its md5 checksum which is created when the jar is handed over to artifactory. This md5 that we are providing is created at the time that jar is created so we think is valuable.
However, when we try either with Artifactory Gradle Plugin from Bamboo or directly uploading the file manually to Artifactory we get the error:
Cannot deploy file 'filename.md5'. Target file to set checksum on doesn't exist artifactory
So it sounds as if a target file (the file for which md5 is the checksum) needs to be set for the md5 that we are trying to deploy but I don't see such a property anywhere in the upload interface.
Is it possible to do this in Artifactory at all and how if so?
Can hashing the same variable multiples times using both md5 and sha1, makes the string more difficult to decrypt and increase security?
Can concatenating the MD5 and SHA1 versions of same string and then finally hashing it once more with either
I have a simple android client which needs to 'talk' to a simple C# HTTP listener. I want to provide a basic level of authentication by passing username/password in POST requests.
MD5 hashing is trivial in C# and provides enough security for my needs but I can't seem to find how to do this at the android end.
EDIT: Just to address the concerns raised about MD5 weakness - the C# server runs on the PCs of the users of my android client. In many cases, they'll be accessing the server using wi-fi on their own LANs but, at their own risk, they may choose to access it from the internet. Also the service on the server needs to use pass-through for the MD5 to a 3rd party application I have no control over.
I am writing in C using OpenSSL library.
How can I calculate hash of a large file using md5?
As I know, I need to load a whole file to RAM as char array and then call the hash function. But what if the file is about 4Gb long? Sounds like a bad idea.
SOLVED: Thanks to askovpen, I found my bug. I've used
while ((bytes = fread (data, 1, 1024, inFile)) != 0) MD5_Update (&mdContext, data, 1024);
while ((bytes = fread (data, 1, 1024, inFile)) != 0) MD5_Update (&mdContext, data, bytes);
I want to get '
Signature of the application (MD5 hash)' from APK or Android Studio.
I wanted to user CamScanner API, to get API Library we need to submit application package name (that I got from
AndroidManifest.xml), but I am not sure from where I can get application signature.
I tried using '
Keytool'. But it showing MD5 has is invalid.