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Generate eMule file id

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Hello,

I am hosting a huge archive of german documents, tools and movies
related to IT security[1].

Due the fact some files (especially the software and movie parts) are
large in their size and therefore heavily increasing the traffic of my
web site, I would like to provide an alternative eMule link to download
them.

The generation of an e2DK link seems to be very easy:

ed2k://|file|<file name>|<file size in bytes>|<fileid>|/

Does somebody know how to generate an e2DK file id? It does not seem to
be an usual MD5 value. But I have not tried other hash algorithms (e.g.
SHA1) yet - I hope somebody can help me out without doing the research
myself ;) ! Putting the link manually on my web site is not an option
because I am too lazy on my old days ;) !

Regards,

Marc

[1] http://www.computec.ch

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*** Marc Ruef wrote/escribió (Sun, 15 May 2005 15:49:56 +0200):
The generation of an e2DK link seems to be very easy:

ed2k://|file|<file name>|<file size in bytes>|<fileid>|/

Does somebody know how to generate an e2DK file id? It does not seem to
be an usual MD5 value.


I believe ed2k protocol uses a MD4-based hash.
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