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justdan96
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HP VC Firmware Question

I was taking a look at the latest HP Virtual Connect firmware (vcfwall351.bin) and I was wondering abou the .sig file. Are these used to verify the firmware contents (like a signature)? What scheme is used to generate the .sig files? They don't look like MD5 or SHA1, they look like binary files all exactly 128 bytes.

 

Thank you,

 

-Dan

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Jags_21
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Re: HP VC Firmware Question

Hi,

 

The .sig files are signature file, typically a hash coded version which is used for 'a post-processing step is done to discard the false alarms' during execution which it is related with.

 

Thanks,

Jagadish

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