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openssl_digest(string $veri, string $yöntem, bool $ikil = false): string|false

Belirtilen verinin belirtilen yöntemle özetini çıkarıp ikil veya onaltılık kodlanmış bir dizge olarak döndürür.

Değiştirgeler

veri

Özeti hesaplanacak veri.

yöntem

"sha256" gibi bir özet yöntemi. Özet yöntemlerinin listesi için bkz: openssl_get_md_methods()

ikil

Çıktı ikil dizge olacaksa true, onaltılık dizge olacaksa false olmalıdır.

Dönen Değerler

İşlem başarısız olursa false yoksa özet dizgesi döner.

Hatalar/İstisnalar

yöntem değiştirgesi ile bilinmeyen bir imza algoritması belirtilmişse E_WARNING seviyesinde bir hata oluşur.

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mwgamera at gmail dot com
8 years ago
The second argument should be one of the values returned by openssl_get_md_methods() rather than hash_algos(). ‘Hash’ and ‘OpenSSL’ are independent extensions and support different selection of digest algorithms. Notably, Hash supports some non-cryptographic hashes like adler or crc.
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skyblackhawk at yahoo dot it
10 years ago
Example:
// $fileBuffer is buffer of file in open mode or a generic stream...
$fingerPrint = openssl_digest ($fileBuffer , "sha512");

$method parameter is one of hash_algos() array;

<? echo"<PRE>";
      var_dump(hash_algos());
      echo "</PRE>"
?>

Output:

array(42) {
  [0]=>
  string(3) "md2"
  [1]=>
  string(3) "md4"
  [2]=>
  string(3) "md5"
  [3]=>
  string(4) "sha1"
  [4]=>
  string(6) "sha224"
  [5]=>
  string(6) "sha256"
  [6]=>
  string(6) "sha384"
  [7]=>
  string(6) "sha512"
  [8]=>
  string(9) "ripemd128"
  [9]=>
  string(9) "ripemd160"
  [10]=>
  string(9) "ripemd256"
  [11]=>
  string(9) "ripemd320"
  [12]=>
  string(9) "whirlpool"
  [13]=>
  string(10) "tiger128,3"
  [14]=>
  string(10) "tiger160,3"
  [15]=>
  string(10) "tiger192,3"
  [16]=>
  string(10) "tiger128,4"
  [17]=>
  string(10) "tiger160,4"
  [18]=>
  string(10) "tiger192,4"
  [19]=>
  string(6) "snefru"
  [20]=>
  string(9) "snefru256"
  [21]=>
  string(4) "gost"
  [22]=>
  string(7) "adler32"
  [23]=>
  string(5) "crc32"
  [24]=>
  string(6) "crc32b"
  [25]=>
  string(7) "salsa10"
  [26]=>
  string(7) "salsa20"
  [27]=>
  string(10) "haval128,3"
  [28]=>
  string(10) "haval160,3"
  [29]=>
  string(10) "haval192,3"
  [30]=>
  string(10) "haval224,3"
  [31]=>
  string(10) "haval256,3"
  [32]=>
  string(10) "haval128,4"
  [33]=>
  string(10) "haval160,4"
  [34]=>
  string(10) "haval192,4"
  [35]=>
  string(10) "haval224,4"
  [36]=>
  string(10) "haval256,4"
  [37]=>
  string(10) "haval128,5"
  [38]=>
  string(10) "haval160,5"
  [39]=>
  string(10) "haval192,5"
  [40]=>
  string(10) "haval224,5"
  [41]=>
  string(10) "haval256,5"
}
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Anonymous
7 years ago
Hmm.. really @mwgamera? openssl_get_cipher_methods() returns cipher methods but openssl_digest() expects a digest method in the second parameter. However even the docu on this page links to the openssl_get_cipher_methods() method in the "See also" section (however this can be a coincidence). Shouldn't it be a digest method from openssl_get_md_methods() instead openssl_get_cipher_methods()?

I'm not very experienced in cryptography but I don't really understand why you would pass a cipher method to a hash function instead of a digest method.
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