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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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High Credit Garage Sale MD5
Bill of indictment Zero rated Acquiree
In solidum Annul Ngultrum
Power of Attorney De novo Pre-Finance Goods
Internet and email usage policy Balance of payments (BOP) Critical Path
Unconscionable N225 Civil Court form Birr
SaaS Collateralised Transactions Big Four
Togrog ISP Email client
Order of committal Brute force Earned income
Residue Devils Advocate Arbitrator or Arbitration
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Darknet Dalasi Economist
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