VeriHash

View file hashes from Command Prompt


About
A simple Windows command line utility to view SHA1, MD5, and CRC32 file hashes.


Usage

 verihash /[s|m|c|a] [file path]
    /E          Displays with the SHA-1 hash of the specified file.
    /M          Displays with the MD5 hash of the specified file.
    /C          Displays with the CRC32 hash of the specified file.
    /A          Displays with all the hashes of the specified file.

Notes
1. If the path contains spaces, it must be enclosed in double quotation marks (",").


Examples
1. verihash /m C:\Users\Rahul\Desktop\source.txt
Displays the md5 hash of the file 'source.txt', which is located on the desktop.

2. verihash /a C:\Users\Rahul\Desktop\source.txt
Displays the md5, sha1 and crc32 hashes of the file 'source.txt', which is located on the desktop.


Download
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Bugs & Errors
Email: bugs[at]rahul2001[dotcom]