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RE: MD5, SHA-0
> > That said, LTANS does need to worry about what happens if
> the notary
> > has the hash of the document. If the hash gets broken, it
> dilutes the
> > document existence claim.
> No. Apply a new time-stamp token with a new hash function.
For what data should a new time-stamp token based on a new hash function be
obtained? In this thread, the question related to the case where the notary
has only a hash of the original document.