Function functionality? February 9, 2012 at 2: This code doesn't seem to work in Delphi. Consider the following set of sentences: Sorry if I misunderstood you Thanks. This is the code that fails me: NET should not check the signature.
I'm hoping I don't understand the term "network share".
How bug-free were... Namespaces, Inlining, records with methods, operator overloading, pure interfaces, generics, extended RTTI and reflection; b Unicode strings and supporting procedures? It's always better to read a word than to read a number.
For example, let's say I have a certificate from Verisign and signcode keeps failing to contact Verisign's timestamp server. Good suggestions.
Many thanks! Double ; dArray: How comfortable you can be, using a particular well-known hashing algorithm is entirely dependent on what you want to use it for: StrayJay 12-Aug-05 10: If it's not signed, then any change to any byte of the file resets its reputation since it's based on hash.
Part of my code currently goes into a directory and pulls out a random file from this directory and loads the contents of the file for me.
EV Code-signing certificates were introduced to address the challenge of reputation rollover; please see blogs. See related articles to this posting. MD5 would be a bad choice, and SHA might be a viable option. But when I run the program from a network folder, I still receive a warning saying "We can't verify who created this file.
This allows the programmer to customize the output hashes. I'm not sure, but I guess...
As long as you own ten pigeons or less, each of the pigeons will have its own house. If so, how do I declare them?
With SHA it was not proven yet.