|A OSX file hashing application and finder context menu extension. The finder menu extension adds a menu item called "File Hashes" that will allow you to launch the hashing application on a specific file from directly within finder.|
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A OSX file hashing application and finder context menu extension. The finder menu extension adds a menu item called "File Hashes" that will allow you to launch the hashing application on a specific file from directly within finder. Supports numerous common hashing algorithms SHA1 SHA-256 SHA-512, MD2, MD4, MD5, RIPEMD160, RIMPEMD 320, HAVAL, TIGER, and Whirlpool.
hash, crypto, cryptography, file, MD2, MD5, MD5SUM, MD4, SHA1, SHA-512, SHA-256, CRC, CRC-32, checksum, RIPEMD, TIGER, WHIRLPOOL, HAVAL
Now supports Snow Leopard. Added service menu registration. Dropped support for OS 10.4. Users of OS 10.4 should continue to use version 1.1.0
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