To verify the integrity of digital data, HashVerifier
uses MD5, SHA-1 and CRC32 checksums. The original data
is captured in an optionally digitally signed check file,
which is then used to verify data against the check file.
A verification report is generated and cen either be saved
as a text file, copied to the clipboard or printed.
A command line mode allows to integrate HashVerifier into
a custom workflow.
A small additional tool, HashFile, shows the MD5 and SHA-1
checksum for any file dropped onto the tool.
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