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md5 Encryption

Paul Houser
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I'm trying to get the md5 hash of a string, how do I do so?

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Paul Houser
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Yeah... the Java API documentation sucks on that topic. Could you just give me a source example of hashing a single string?
damien malone
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Joined: May 06, 2003
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I found the documentation on www.bouncycastle.org a lot easier to deal with than the java docs.

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