In our company, we use whitelisting software which compares SHA hashes
of files with a database full of them. Any .dll or .exe file which does
not have a whitelisted hash is not allowed to run on our windows systems.
We are trying to roll out LibreOffice to update our current OpenOffice
install base, however we have found a problem whitelisting LibreOiffce.
I have installed LibreOffice on multiple windows xp machines, but each
time I do, a large number of dlls come out with different hashes. This
means that it's impossible to whitelist the application.
Is it possible that there is a way around this? I imagine that we can
install it, but call our install overwrite the files which have a
different hash to that on the server with a known good version, but this
seems a little ridiculous.
It would certainly be preferable to have the installer ensure all
installs are exactly the same, in terms of files saved to the disk.
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