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comment Reverse engineering a single checksum byte
Huh? Why the downvote?
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comment Reverse engineering a single checksum byte
yes I'll try to clean the data and publish some of it.
May
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comment Reverse engineering a single checksum byte
I have a few test cases where a single increment to a single significant data byte (i.e. from a1 to a2) changed the checksum byte by 2 (i.e. from 54 to 56). The checksum receives at most 6 bytes since those are the only relevant data bytes for this process, and as mentioned, it might possibly be just a single byte that is checked. So just for testing, what would an 8-bit CRC check on a single byte look like?
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accepted RSA primes vs. largest known primes
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