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  1. I was looking for a way to calculate the sha512 value of files downloaded and eventually came across crypt.au3 in my include folder. It looks good but when I looked at the global constants the three values for Sha 2 are commented out. Is there a reason for that or should these be made available?
  2. Hi all, I need to generate an HMAC hash using SHA512 according to a certain API's specs and the only HMAC example I've seen () does not work as I need it do, even adapting it from a 64-bit blocksize to 512 and adding Ward's_SHA512 UDF. I've tried the following: Func _HashHMAC512($key, $message) $key = _StringRepeat("0", 512 - StringLen($key)) & $key ; keys shorter than blocksize are zero-padded ('?' is concatenation) $o_key_pad = BitXOR(0x5c * 512, $key) ; Where blocksize is that of the underlying hash function $i_key_pad = BitXOR(0x36 * 512, $key) ; Where ? is exclusive or (XOR) Retu
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