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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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Sui juris Restricted Goods SME
Temporary Importation Call to Action Norwich Pharmacal orders
Arrears 2FA Oversold
Ex post facto Building Society Adhocracy
Direct Costs Specified Supplies Competition analysis
Whistleblower Operational risk Pataca
Statutory Instrument N5 Civil Court form Market Research
Cookie Duopoly- Financial Conglomerate
ICO Business Objects Grant caeterorum
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Compensation order Core Competences CMO
Bullionism Interview Forfeit
Jobber 24/7/365 Hardening - Systems

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