One of the purposes of MD5 signature is to verify the file integrity. The procedure is simple: the publisher provides the MD5 signature of the file and the user confirms it by calculating the signature again and comparing it to the one provided by the publisher. If the signatures match there is a great possibility the file hasn't been altered since it was published.
File Size93.41 kB
Operating System Windows 98 Windows XP Windows Windows 2000
System RequirementsWindows 98/2000/XP/2003 Server, .NET framework 1.1


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