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What is Adler32

Adler32 is a checksum hash designed in 1995 by Mark Adler . This is a 32 bit hash with two 16 bit calculations. Used for file authentication, checksum, check digits, fingerprints, ciphers  and error detecting. See Universal Hash and HMAC Generator.

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Ransomware Capital Grey market
Sale and Leaseback Tainted acquittal Crypto-jacking
Economically Inactive Tax Evasion WTO
Tax Exemption Yuppie Ogden tables
Trade Margin Et cetera Trade reference
House Organ HR Mutual Linking Agreement
Parental leave policy PERT chart Cognition
Cyberliabilities Subpoena Administrator
SHA384 IANAL Proxy
Beneficial loan Employees OTR
Testator Bill of Lading Confiscation order
Encode Usury Equity Line
B2B N379 Civil Court form Automatic Stabilisers

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