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  1. dallen

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    Hey,
    I'm looking for a good free checksum / hash checking software. Basically, I need a quick way to compare MD5 and SHA1 hashes. Any recommendations?
     
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    HashTab Windows Shell Extension
     

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    Thanks for the suggestions. I'm still open to others.
     
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    I like NIS Filecheck. It uses SHA1, RIPEMD160, or Haval, no MD5.
    Rick
     
  8. Mem

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    Hashtab (Tommy link above) for quick checks, MD5Summer for batch folder processing (MD5 only).

    http://md5summer.org/about.html

    One other you may want to try: http://keir.net/hash.html
    Place a shortcut to the program in the SendTo directory (C:\Documents and Settings\[name]\SendTo) so you can send arbitrary files to it from the Explorer shell.
     
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    A few other suggestions:

    Karen's Hasher:
    http://www.karenware.com/powertools/pthasher.asp

    Karen's Directory Printer:
    http://www.karenware.com/powertools/ptdirprn.asp

    I have an old version of digestIt (version 2003).
    I don't have digestIt 2004.
    I just checked the site of digestIt 2004 and saw a few screenshots of digestIt 2004 on Vista:
    http://www.digestit.tk/

    For comparing the checksum of two files I use CryptoSuite (not free) from Jason (see dedicated forum here at Wilders).
    I really like it !

    And ... I use NISFileCheck (version beta 1.0.0.7) for having a database of the most important files on my system and checking on-demand whether they have changed (see archived forum here at Wilders).
     
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