Recursively compute and match cryptographic hashes

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  • scurisanym
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    It's fast, reliable and easy to use. I recommend this program strongly!

    Posted 06/02/2012
  • maxxlavrinutr
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    This is a very nice program and it is really fast.

    Posted 06/02/2012
  • oid-2721757
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    It's nice but it's a zip of 12 files that are actually just two files (one x86, one x64): 3fed0738937bb96527cf6e7b17299d23 hashdeep.exe 3fed0738937bb96527cf6e7b17299d23 md5deep.exe b422a98ebcc3de53e2e845459f978262 hashdeep64.exe b422a98ebcc3de53e2e845459f978262 md5deep64.exe 3fed0738937bb96527cf6e7b17299d23 sha1deep.exe 3fed0738937bb96527cf6e7b17299d23 sha256deep.exe b422a98ebcc3de53e2e845459f978262 sha256deep64.exe b422a98ebcc3de53e2e845459f978262 sha1deep64.exe 3fed0738937bb96527cf6e7b17299d23 tigerdeep.exe b422a98ebcc3de53e2e845459f978262 tigerdeep64.exe 3fed0738937bb96527cf6e7b17299d23 whirlpooldeep.exe b422a98ebcc3de53e2e845459f978262 whirlpooldeep64.exe They produce different hashes depending on the file name but it's a bit silly to download it 6 times.

    Posted 04/25/2012
  • niven80
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    Good software!

    Posted 04/03/2012
  • larsen83
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    Fantastic project!

    Posted 04/02/2012
  • bentrump
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    Nice job! Thank you!

    Posted 04/02/2012
  • wujekzbyszek
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    very good project

    Posted 02/24/2011
  • oid-2876881
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    Excellent tool, I always looked for such software as simple md5sum was not enough. This is totally great, md5deep -kerl ./stuff >> file.md5. Thanks! :)

    Posted 04/18/2010
  • ruddenberg
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    Greatest hash-tool! (And yes I've tried one or two the last 10 years..) Can also add that the detection of Norton is a falspositive. Use a better antivirus :) (They where good in the 90ies.)

    Posted 01/02/2010