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What tools exist that make use of DC++'s TTH?

  • TTHSpeed is a simple program I wrote that averages all of the hashing speed values in DC++'s system.log. For it to work, you need to have system logging turned on (File | Settings | Logs | Log System Messages). Place tthspeed.exe in your DC++ log directory and run it. It also keeps track of past Max / Avg / Min values in a log file.

  • Bitzi Bitcollider Utility. "Bitcollider is a small program you can run on your own computer to reliably identify and describe files on your machine. When run with a specific file as input, this program does two major things:
    * It examines the file, calculating a distinctive digital fingerprint, or bitprint, and taking note of some other identifying information that can be extracted from the file, like file length and the local filename.
    * It launches your web browser to do a lookup at our website, submitting this identifying information as the search terms."

  • TTHSum is a simple command line took that will generate a TTH checksums (root of the THEX hash tree). You will need Visual Studio 2003 to compile it. One can get precompiled binaries here.

Last update: 2006-06-03 16:06
Author: BSOD2600
Revision: 1.0

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