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Hey Guys,
I'm working on an application that will need to utilize SHA1 Hashes. The idea is that the application will have an embedded SHA1 generator. The application is being written in applescript/obj-c, so i'm hoping to utilize the SHA1 generator built into the operating system. I've tried using openssl (by using "do shell script" in applescript), but it looks like the SHA1's i generate from there are different from those used in the mac OS. Anybody got any ideas? Thanks.
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