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C# PROGRAMMING
PROGRAM #1
C# program number one is a tool that allows you to choose a file and it breaks it down for a MD5 hash, or unique identifier. The MD5 message-digest algorithm is a widely used cryptographic hash function producing a 128-bit (16-byte) hash value, typically expressed in text format as a 32-digit hexadecimal number. MD5 has been utilized in a wide variety of cryptographic applications and is also commonly used to verify data integrity. The usage of this tool is used towards other programs I have produced in C#. This is the most basic of the 3 programs.

PROGRAM #2 C# program number two is a whole infrastructure in which the C# program can run with. It is a client that allows me to log chat logs gathered from IRC chatrooms and organize/search them for key terms etc. Internet Relay Chat, or IRC, is a protocol that allows users that connect to Internet Relay Chat Servers to have conversations with others in real time. Users connect to IRC Servers using an IRC Client. There are many popular IRC clients available on the Internet for all operating systems.

PROGRAM #3 C# program number three is the main component that can have program one integrated into it. The secondary piece that makes this software so important is that it is an external firewall that uses artificial intelligence gathered from other programs to help corporate level users that are not tech savvy keep the company from being internally compromised. It accomplishes this by taking the well-known files from the internet and using the md5 hashing tool to get a unique identifier. When an employee tries to download a file the firewall hashes the file and compares to the legitimate one to make sure this is from the actual creator and has not been changed/ is…...

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