How to Verify the Digital Signature of a SLIC Table

Discussion in 'BIOS Mods' started by crypto, Aug 4, 2009.

  1. AleksanderII

    AleksanderII MDL Novice

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    How to Verify the Digital Signature of a SLIC

    not true
    try out the code I posted

    A shortcut would not work as each folder / project would have its own .ctb files
    you need something that can on the fly add paths.

    Its either this or you end up with a plot sytle table on the network that has thousands of .ctb files.
     
  2. feappyunupS

    feappyunupS MDL Novice

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    You can actually put way more than that. I have a 120 gig hard drive. You can have up to a 137 gig b4 you have to worry about partitioning the drives. First plug in your new 80 gig hd. Then just go to "Disk Tools", "New Hard Drive Upgrade", then "Prepare and Format New Hard Drive". Follow the on screen instructions you have to press x once or twice and y once I think then itll say its done Not so hard was it?
     
  3. secowu

    secowu MDL Novice

    Dec 4, 2009
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    is it can be used in hp 6515b?
     
  4. blackranger

    blackranger MDL Senior Member

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    May Crypto give more details please? (eg: how the file extensions of those required files look like)
    Anyway, thanks for your useful post (at least for MDL members, but not for me as I don't know how to use those tools)
     
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  5. 3xpl05iv3

    3xpl05iv3 MDL Novice

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    Thanks useful stuff!
     
  6. PalermoTech46

    PalermoTech46 MDL Junior Member

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    Strong notes!
     
  7. alikewan

    alikewan MDL Novice

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    thank frind good job
     
  8. dedode

    dedode MDL Novice

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    useful info.
    many thanks.
     
  9. nk2919

    nk2919 MDL Novice

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    is binary before SHA-256 hash of message ("00 30 31 30 0D 06 09 60 86 48 01 65 03 04 02 01 05 00 04 20") just random number ?