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I noticed that Message-ID:
<aa5d813d.0311201518.212dda20posting.google.com > from will taubin
contained the following:
Don't know how you would do it, but a hash of the page may be>i have some links on my site, i need to be absolutely sure that the
>html has not been modified, even one character. i would rather not
>rely on http headers, just the html (so it is not dependant on the
>webserver). should i make a database to actually mirror the page,
>and then check against my copy? any better ideas? :)
sufficient? A bit like PGP sig?
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Geoff Berrow (put thecat out to email)
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