Hashtab 5.1 released

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  1. BoerenkoolMetWorst

    BoerenkoolMetWorst Registered Member

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    http://implbits.com/HashTab.aspx
     
  2. Baserk

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    Nice, thanks for posting.
    Standard explorer extension on all MS OS installs for me.
     
  3. 3x0gR13N

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    How can I associate Hashtab with .md5 and .sfv files? And why isn't there a possibility to select multiple files from explorer and get hashes of the selected files?
     
  4. jnthn

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    You might need to look at HashCheck Shell Extension instead of HashTab... :D
     
  5. 3x0gR13N

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    I'm already using it for a while, but was looking at some alternatives... :)
     
  6. Baserk

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    Right-click on the Hashes properties screen link and add md5.
     
  7. 3x0gR13N

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    No, like this:
    -checksum.md5 file in explorer
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    -verification window appears on double clicking the checksum.md5 file
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    HashTab doesn't seem to have that, nor can it hash multiple files and output to a checksum verification file.
     
  8. noone_particular

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    Those looking for a simple file hash utility might want to try Febooti Hash & CRC - freeware hash verification utility. It adds another tab to the properties menu on which many different file hashes are available. These include CRC32, MD5, SHA-1, 224, 256, 384, 512, RIPEMD-160, Tiger 192 and others. A very nice freeware utility.
     
  9. m00nbl00d

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    Does anyone still have the installer? Can you provide your SHA-1 hash value for it? The one at the website is 328569aafd56f4d58136d0d6e8a0004ef2c73738.

    It seems that in order to download it from their website, one needs to provide an e-mail address, but I'd have to create a new alias just for it... :ouch: So, I downloaded it from Softpedia (I tried others, but they had older versions.), but the SHA-1 isn't matching. o_O

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    I'm talking about Windows version, by the way.
     
  10. BoerenkoolMetWorst

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    Don't have it anymore, use a temp emailadress like mailinator, with mailinator you don't have to create an alias first, just enter *anything* at mailinator(or one of it's other domains) dot com at the site for which you need the emailadress and then enter the alias at the mailinator site to view email.
     
  11. safeguy

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    The hash posted at the website is for the zip file which contains e installer. The one downloaded from softpedia is the installer itself..not the zip file. Both should be e same...
     
  12. m00nbl00d

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    Actually, the file I downloaded from Softpedia (UK mirror) is a zip file, which contains an additional zip file, and this second zip file contains both the installer for home and corporate use.

    Yes, Softpedia mentions its the exe, but it isn't: -http://download1uk.softpedia.com/dl/146933931d0c0c983f522814be7930a2/51726f8d/100012591/software/system/HashTab%20v5.1.0.23%20Setup.zip

    US mirror: -http://download1us.softpedia.com/dl/529b49568c1c6b906ff6c2279b9de76a/51726fa3/100012591/software/system/HashTab%20v5.1.0.23%20Setup.zip

    None of the hashes that I calculated from zip file (include the additional zip and exe files) match the one provided at Hashtab website.... o_O
     
  13. safeguy

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    I've just checked again.

    1. The .zip file provided by Softpedia matches the one I already have in my archive (which I previously downloaded directly from implbits.com).

    Both hashes are:

    Code:
    MD5: 4BEACDB474258858E1ED0032D7C77916
    SHA-1: E4F6442523303932F460B974D5F1FACF58976DE1
    2. Downloaded .zip file again from implbits.com using a disposable email. I hate the fact they make us go through the trouble but you can try using one such as Yopmail (doesn't require any registration whatsoever):

    Here's a direct download link for you:
    Code:
    http://downloads.implbits.com/v1/content/4uiNTG8mf5PqSG31LLLGX9/HashTab%20v5.1.0.23%20Setup.zip
    Hashes:

    Code:
    MD5: 757F29B344FF70AF2C0C8E93334DBE13
    SHA-1: 328569AAFD56F4D58136D0D6E8A0004EF2C73738
    3. Since the .zip files differ, I checked both the setup files(.exe) within the "older" .zip file and the "newer" .zip file. Compared the 2 and both were the same.

    Hashes:

    Code:
    MD5: 226FA924B85015C6FBF62599CF2D5BA1
    SHA-1: 503B1D12912B0C5DC06CDC3D0AAABABBA88178C4
    
    So, no worries. I guess they used a different compression setting or a different tool to archive (the size is smaller in the latter .zip). The setup file (.exe) itself remains the same. ;)
     
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