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[[Image:QuickHash - W32 - Screenshot - File Hash.png|thumb|256x256px|Using QuickHash.]]
 
[[Image:QuickHash - W32 - Screenshot - File Hash.png|thumb|256x256px|Using QuickHash.]]
  
'''QuickHash''' is an [[open source]] application developed by Ted Smith for [[Linux]], [[Macintosh]], and [[Windows]] that lets you perform various [[hash|hashing]] algorithms on text, files, and folders and do comparisons between them. The hash algorithms supported include MD5, SHA-1, SHA-3, SHA-256, SHA-512, xxHash64, and Blake2B.
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'''QuickHash''' is an [[open source]] application developed by Ted Smith in 2011 for [[Linux]], [[Macintosh]], and [[Windows]] that lets you perform various [[hash|hashing]] algorithms on text, files, and folders and do comparisons between them. The hash algorithms supported include MD5, SHA-1, SHA-3, SHA-256, SHA-512, xxHash64, and Blake2B.
  
 
I don't remember exactly why I needed to perform a hash on a file, but I searched online and found this program. This has since been my go-to program for performing hashes on the rare chance that I need them. It's simple to use and very fast.
 
I don't remember exactly why I needed to perform a hash on a file, but I searched online and found this program. This has since been my go-to program for performing hashes on the rare chance that I need them. It's simple to use and very fast.

Revision as of 12:03, 4 December 2019

Using QuickHash.

QuickHash is an open source application developed by Ted Smith in 2011 for Linux, Macintosh, and Windows that lets you perform various hashing algorithms on text, files, and folders and do comparisons between them. The hash algorithms supported include MD5, SHA-1, SHA-3, SHA-256, SHA-512, xxHash64, and Blake2B.

I don't remember exactly why I needed to perform a hash on a file, but I searched online and found this program. This has since been my go-to program for performing hashes on the rare chance that I need them. It's simple to use and very fast.

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