Code Keeper helps develpers keep track of the registration codes that they put in their programs. In addition, it gives the developer two MD5 hashes and three SHA hashes that can be used inside their programs to represent the code. The first MD5 Hash
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Description: Code Keeper helps develpers keep track of the registration codes that they put in their programs. In addition, it gives the developer two MD5 hashes and three SHA hashes that can be used inside their programs to represent the code. The first MD5 Hash is a direct MD5 Hash of the entered registration code. The second is a hash of the first hash. This will help a developer keep from having their registration codes from getting into the databases that have been created that hold MD5 hashes. The three SHAs are SHA-1, SHA-256, SHA-384, and SHA-512. In addition, you can create custom algorithms for your registration keys
Drop Down Box keeps track of your previous programs so that you can quickly look up the Code for a customer
Creates two MD5 Hashes for your registration codes
Create SHA-1, SHA-256, SHA-384, and SHA-512 hashes of your registration codes
Create a custom algorithm specific to your company for the hashes of your registration codes.
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