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    File hashes are only used to get/recognize a sample that is already know. You can't really do the same with a mutex as there is probably tons of files having the same mutex already and they can be also generated on the fly by the malware so it would be unreliable 'alone'. If you know already the hash of a file (sha256 preferably) then you don't need more. Mutexes are only good to find new similar samples, but once again you need to couple that with some other indicators, otherwise you will get many false positives if you rely only on that.
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    here is my production of face shields, already 200 dispatched around my town to local hospital, liberal nurses, etc...
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