05 March 2007 | 6,193 views

Let’s Digest Some Messages – md5 Hash Checker for Windows

Don't let your data go over to the Dark Side!

Of course it’s a small article about md5… I really wondered how many Micro$oft Windows users check the md5 sum of programs that they download from the internet…

Do you really trust that much the mirror websites?
Even I could set up a mirror website for any download website and spread malformed packages to include, trojans, backdoors, viruses and so… That’s why many websites give you a md5 checksum of the specific fies…

Have a got a md5 calculation two?
If you’re a Windows users, then I’m not quite sure… while on the other side if you are a *nix user than it is improbable that you haven’t got one of this…

So while coding for myself a md5 calculator I though other users could use it to. Of course there are other alternatives on the net, but I do not really like that GUI shit…


download on Darknet :: backbones md5 calculator

Mirror 1 Mediafire :: backbones md5 calculator

No further versions will be released…

P.S. for easy access place it in your %WinDir%

md5.zip hash :: 894d6d941cab0c6a3648a5352b6aba11


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6 Responses to “Let’s Digest Some Messages – md5 Hash Checker for Windows”

  1. Bogwitch 6 March 2007 at 12:13 pm Permalink

    Slavasoft has produced fsum for the CLI and HashCalc with a GUI.
    Fsum will deliver MD5 and several other hashes, from CRC32 to SHA512.
    I have been using fsum with a batch wrapper for file integrity checking on some of my more attractive machines with great success.


  2. Brien 7 March 2007 at 6:19 pm Permalink

    What, no md5 hash for the download? ;-)

  3. backbone 7 March 2007 at 7:57 pm Permalink

    added the hash because Darknet is moving the file on the website =) …
    paranoia??? naaaa…

  4. Darknet 8 March 2007 at 6:25 am Permalink

    I can’t download from Mediafire…so I can’t put the file up here. Do e-mail it to me or host it somewhere else and let me know.

  5. backbone 8 March 2007 at 8:08 am Permalink

    I have uploaded the file on darknet… now you can download it ;)