HashOnClick V184.108.40.206 (October 2016) is available for download from:
http://www.2brightsparks.com/assets/sof ... _Setup.exe
What is HashOnClick?
A program to calculate the CRC-32, MD5, or SHA-1 hash value for a file. It is implemented as a shell extension, i.e. right-click on a file, in Windows Explorer, to calculate the hash value for a file. It's that simple! You can also see the hash values of a file via the files property sheet.
Uses for HashOnClick
There are many reasons why you may wish to find out the hash value of a file. Many web sites for example list the MD5 value of a file, so that when you download it you can check to see if the file on your computer is correct. Some FTP servers also let you retrieve the MD5 value of a file (via the XMD5 FTP extension).
CRC32 values are used in Zip files, and some FTP servers also let you retrieve the CRC32 value of a file (via the XCRC FTP extension).
Another example of using HashOnClick is when you've copied a file from one location to another, and wish to confirm the files are identical. HashOnClick provides you with SHA-1 Hash values so that you can make absolutely certain the file is an exact match in both locations.
Freeware and commercial
HashOnClick is freeware, but if you purchase the OnClick utilities it you can also calculate MD4, RipeMD-128, RipeMD-160, SHA-256, SHA-512, SHA-2 (from 224 to 512/256), Tiger, xxhash32 and xxhash64 hash values.
HashOnClick is part of the suite of OnClick Utilities.
DeleteOnClick, EncryptOnClick, FindOnClick, HashOnClick, PatchOnClick, ScrambleOnClick, UndeleteOnClick
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