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File Hash check program
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I need a utility to check File Hash numbers to authenticate them.
What would you recommend?

I'm looking at Quick Hash GUI.
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I'm sure all are good. I use WinMD5free. I've put it up for you to download it if you want.
Here is the download link: WinMD5free
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I use febooti. It adds a tab on the properties menu.

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It's free for windows

google for link.


Using FlashAir W-03 SD card in machine. Access through wifi with FlashPAP or Sleep Master utilities.

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(10-13-2016, 12:48 PM)justMongo Wrote: I need a utility to check File Hash numbers to authenticate them.
What would you recommend?

I'm looking at Quick Hash GUI.

I have trust issues with most programs, so I simply use the old Microsoft Command Line utility https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download...x?id=11533 for SHA1 and MD5 both of which have been cryptographically compromised.

I used to use this utility to verify the integrity of a mortgage documents library among other things because a file is a file is a file.

But, if you must do something slick ... use http://implbits.com/products/hashtab/ which is a free utility for personal use that integrates with the file properties tab menu. Right click on any file, go to properties, look at the tab "File Hashes" and you will see the venerable CRC-32 (which is loved by ResMed to protect the integrity of ResScan data), SHA-1 and MD5. And you can compare it with another file or enter a file hash for comparison.

Let me know what you think. -- steve

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