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computes hash value(checksum) for any file HashX 1.0.1.2 HashX is a powerful yet very easy to use application designed for computes hash value(checksum) for any single file, it allows you to verify that downloaded files are not corrupted or otherwise unusable before you burn them to disc or host them on your file server.

It works excellently to check single downloaded files for many checksum algorithms. I have only used it once for SHA1. You can paste in the expected checksum to easily see if it matches. It installs like a windows program to the start menu and desktop. All those are handy features and it is fast and easy to use.The only thing one might miss is the possibility to validate a whole e.g MD5 checksum file against many files. But for single files it does its job splendidly.

HashX worked well. It can verify files and compare hash values in a good efficient way.





This is a Windows frontend for fsum. Fsum Frontend 1.5.5.1 Fsum Frontend is a free and easy-to-use tool that allows to compute message digests, checksums and HMACs for files and text strings. It supports drag-and-drop and you can handle multiple files at once. The checksum generated can be used to verify the integrity of the files. It supports 58 algorithms: crc32, md5, sha, ...

a really good product, was very usefull, and had support to a lot of hash types.and it's free!thanks.

Practical and right on target. All the hash calculation one might want and then some. Still have to compare accuracy with other applications, though. So far so good.





Affordable and powerful .NET Encryption. .NET Encryption Library 1.09 Affordable, powerful, and easy to use .NET Encryption/Hashing/Compression Library. Encrypt sensitive information such as passwords, credit cards and social security numbers. Supports Rijndael (AES), DES, TripleDES, RC2, Blowfish, Twofish, Whirlpool, MD2, MD4, MD5, SHA1, SHA2, HAVAL, GOST, Ripend320, FCS16, FCS32, CRC32, Adler32, X509, UUencode, Base64, GZip, and Deflate.

every time you encrypt a message it starts with @KS@ that is very annoying, not to menchen a security hazard. however great program other wise!



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