|o||It is slow, very slow, but still useful for encrypting small amounts of data like passwords.|
|o||You can only encrypt up to 2^32 bits = 512 MB on 32bit archs.|
|o||Digest::Perl::MD4 loads all data to encrypt into memory. This is a todo.|
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Copyright 2002 Ted Anderson. Copyright 2000 Christian Lackas, Imperia Software Solutions. Copyright 1998-1999 Gisle Aas. Copyright 1995-1996 Neil Winton. Copyright 1991-1992 RSA Data Security, Inc.
The MD4 algorithm is defined in RFC 1320. The basic C code implementing the algorithm is derived from that in the RFC and is covered by the following copyright:
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The original MD5 interface was written by Neil Winton <N.Winton@axion.bt.co.uk>.
Digest::MD5 was made by Gisle Aas <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Digest::Perl::MD5 was made by Christian Lackas <email@example.com>.
MD5 in 8 lines of perl5 implemented and optimized for size by John Allen and collected by Adam Back <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Conversion to MD4 algorithm by Ted Anderson <email@example.com>.
|perl v5.20.3||MD4 (3)||2004-01-18|