Security in the 20-teens
Posted Feb 7, 2010 1:26 UTC (Sun) by vonbrand
In reply to: Security in the 20-teens
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You are mistaken. E.g., git doesn't hash the whole repo each time I commit something, what is hashed as a commit is just the contents of a file containing pointers (as SHA-1 hashes) of its parents and any file contents referenced. You can also GPG-sign a tag for added security.
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