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alexey dot kupershtokh at gmail dot com
6 years ago
There's a class for generating TTH compatible with DC clients (DC++, StrongDC, ...) which uses mhash() with tiger algorithm:
http://kupershtokh.blogspot.com/2007/12/on-phpclub.html
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ludicruz at yahoo dot com
7 years ago
to robert at mediamonks dot com

This will work better, in your function you can just use the constant function to pull in the actual value of MHASH_SHA512 or whatever.

function getHashNotWorking($argStrHashMethod, $argStrString)
{
$strHashMethod = 'MHASH_' . $argStrHashMethod;
$strHashedString = bin2hex(mhash(constant($strHashMethod), $argStrString));

return $strHashedString;
}

now:

echo getHashNotWorking('SHA512', 'some string');

works how you want it.
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robert at mediamonks dot com
7 years ago
function getHashNotWorking($argStrHashMethod, $argStrString)
{
$strHashMethod = 'MHASH_' . $argStrHashMethod;
$strHashedString = bin2hex(mhash($strHashMethod, $argStrString));

return $strHashedString;
}

echo getHashNotWorking('SHA512', 'some string');

This will return an error about the mhash function expecting a long type instead of a string.

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for ($intI = 0; $intI <= mhash_count(); $intI++)
{
$arrHashTypes[mhash_get_hash_name($intI)] = $intI;
}

function getHashWorking($argStrType, $argStrString)
{
global $arrHashTypes;
$strHashedString = bin2hex(mhash($arrHashTypes[$argStrType], $argStrString));

return $strHashedString;
}

echo getHashWorking('SHA512', 'some string');

This will return the hash with the desired hash method
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m1tk4 at hotmail dot com
10 years ago
To enable mhash on RHEL/Fedora Core/other RPM-based Linuxes without rebuilding PHP, get the php-mhash and mhash RPMs at http://phprpms.sourceforge.net/mhash
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