Sign any string using SHA1,SHA256,SHA384,SHA512 with a random or secret key

Expand Powershell power by signing any string using SHA1, SHA256, SHA384 or SHA512 and a random or with a given key of your preference. Also adds functionalities of strtotime() so you can do calls and signature with a successive number every time. Thank you for downloading

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8/20/2019
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Verified on the following platforms
Windows 10 Yes
Windows Server 2012 Yes
Windows Server 2012 R2 Yes
Windows Server 2008 R2 Yes
Windows Server 2008 Yes
Windows Server 2003 Yes
Windows Server 2016 No
Windows 8 No
Windows 7 Yes
Windows Vista No
Windows XP Yes
Windows 2000 No
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