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    (Original post by spikeymike)
    And there's no fix for it? :lolwut:
    http://i.imgur.com/8n37i.png

    ^ Shows the webpage and explanation, and the web address if you want to try it out for yourself.
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    In even further news (I'm on a roll today :sexface:), YouTube has an HTML5 beta, but it's not available in Firefox :emo:

    Though I have just found out it seems to have been around a while? But I didn't know.
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    (Original post by secretmessages)
    http://i.imgur.com/8n37i.png

    ^ Shows the webpage and explanation, and the web address if you want to try it out for yourself.
    I just did it for the lulz. :lol:
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    (Original post by secretmessages)
    In even further news (I'm on a roll today :sexface:), YouTube has an HTML5 beta, but it's not available in Firefox :emo:

    Though I have just found out it seems to have been around a while? But I didn't know.
    You'll be on a sandwich tomorrow. :sexface:

    I didn't know about it.
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    (Original post by spikeymike)
    You'll be on a sandwich tomorrow. :sexface:

    I didn't know about it.
    I am content then . I wonder if it would work in Firefox 3.7 dev :iiam: *goes to try*
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    my firefox keeps eating RAM recently
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    (Original post by alexsheppard11)
    my firefox keeps eating RAM recently
    :yep: Mine always does, not a big problem but it gets annoying sometimes

    No change in Firefox 3.7 for HTML5+YouTube :emo:
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    I've been meaning to get round to editing this for ages...

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    (Original post by Mad Vlad)
    I've been meaning to get round to editing this for ages...

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    (Original post by secretmessages)
    :teehee: I love them both
    :awesome: The most frustrating thing about forensics work is the waiting around for the MD5 hash to compute... :pinch:

    Even more frustrating is when you get a hash mismatch, and have to start allllll over again!
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    (Original post by Mad Vlad)
    I've been meaning to get round to editing this for ages...

    That is so very very true!
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    (Original post by Mad Vlad)
    :awesome: The most frustrating thing about forensics work is the waiting around for the MD5 hash to compute... :pinch:

    Even more frustrating is when you get a hash mismatch, and have to start allllll over again!
    I'll just pretend I know what you're talking about, I know next to nothing about hashes
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    (Original post by Mad Vlad)
    :awesome: The most frustrating thing about forensics work is the waiting around for the MD5 hash to compute... :pinch:

    Even more frustrating is when you get a hash mismatch, and have to start allllll over again!
    Uhhh....what are you computing the hash of? It's gotta be big to consume any kind of reasonable amount of time...
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    (Original post by secretmessages)
    I'll just pretend I know what you're talking about, I know next to nothing about hashes
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    It's a way of identifying a file. If two files have the same hash, it's almost definite they are the same. Torrent programs use this to verify pieces you're sent.
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    (Original post by Chrosson)
    It's a way of identifying a file. If two files have the same hash, it's almost definite they are the same. Torrent programs use this to verify pieces you're sent.
    I see, yes. I think I remember that from last year's security module. Is that all they're good for, comparing?
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    (Original post by secretmessages)
    I'll just pretend I know what you're talking about, I know next to nothing about hashes
    An MD5 hash is computed to determine the digital fingerprint of a file, an archive or (more usually in a forensics context) a drive. An MD5 hash is calculated for the original evidence disk. An image of the disk is then taken and the image has an MD5 hash computed on it. If the two hashes are identical, then you have a forensically sound image. The hash must also be checked frequently to ensure that the image has not been altered during examination too. The original drive is then put into storage and the examiner then works on the image. The hash must also be checked frequently to ensure that the image has not been altered during examination too.

    MD5 hashes take quite some time to compute. It took about 10 minutes to compute an 8GB virtual machine's disk the other day, using a lab computer's Pentium 4. Black Betty, my desktop at home, is much faster, but if you consider that storage is becoming ubiquitous in the Terabyte range these days, you begin to see that it becomes a rather time consuming (but crucial) task.
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    I see, yes. I think I remember that from last year's security module. Is that all they're good for, comparing?
    Yup.
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    Have you guys not seen xkcdsw yet? :awesome:

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    (Original post by Mad Vlad)
    An MD5 hash is computed to determine the digital fingerprint of a file, an archive or (more usually in a forensics context) a drive. An MD5 hash is calculated for the original evidence disk. An image of the disk is then taken and the image has an MD5 hash computed on it. If the two hashes are identical, then you have a forensically sound image. The hash must also be checked frequently to ensure that the image has not been altered during examination too. The original drive is then put into storage and the examiner then works on the image. The hash must also be checked frequently to ensure that the image has not been altered during examination too.

    MD5 hashes take quite some time to compute. It took about 10 minutes to compute an 8GB virtual machine's disk the other day, using a lab computer's Pentium 4. Black Betty, my desktop at home, is much faster, but if you consider that storage is becoming ubiquitous in the Terabyte range these days, you begin to see that it becomes a rather time consuming (but crucial) task.
    Why is comparing files such an important/crucial thing to do. How is it useful?
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    Have you guys not seen xkcdsw yet? :awesome:

    :lol: No I hadn't, looks awesome though
 
 
 
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