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Fuzzy hashing is a method for comparing similar but not identical files. This tool can be used to compare files like regular hashing does (like md5sum or sha1sum) but it will find similar files with little differences.
For example, it can be used to identify modified versions of known files even if data has been inserted, modified, or deleted in the new files.
SSDEEP(1) ManTech International SSDEEP(1) NAME ssdeep - Computes context triggered piecewise hashes SYNOPSIS ssdeep [-m <file>] [-k <file>] [-vprdsblcxa] [-t val] [FILES] ssdeep [-V|h] DESCRIPTION Computes a checksum based on context triggered piecewise hashes for each input file. If requested, the program mat more»
ssdeep (2.5-1) unstable; urgency=low [ Daniel Baumann ] * Minimizing rules file. * Adding stuff in rules that doesn't get done by dh automatically. [ Christophe Monniez ] * Fixing VCS fields in control file. * Bumping standards version to 3.8.4. * Merging upstream version 2.5. [ Michael Prokop ] * Build-Depend on debhelper (>= 7.0.50~). -- Michael Prokop <email@example.com> M more»
2010-05-05 Jesse Kornblum * Changed logic for reading files of known hashes to look for the header this version of the program writes instead of the v1 header. This was done for the DC3 branch of the code. * Updated README documentation and published version 2.5. 2010-03-20 Jesse Kornblum * Fixed define in fuzzy.h to only allow one compilation 2010-03-19 Jesse Kornblum * Added more»
Author: Jesse Kornblum <firstname.lastname@example.org> Download: http://ssdeep.sourceforge.net/ Files: more»