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    One-way Hash Encryption

    This scenario is a perfect candidate for "one-way hash encryption" also known as a message digest, digital signature, one-way encryption, digital fingerprint, or cryptographic hash. It is referred to as "one-way" because although you can calculate a message digest, given some data, you can't figure out what data produced a given message digest.

    This is also a collision-free mechanism that guarantees that no two different values will produce the same digest. Another property of this digest is that it is a condensed representation of a message or a data file and as such it has a fixed length.


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