gtkhash

GTK+ utility for computing checksums and more
  http://gtkhash.sourceforge.net
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  20 reviews



GtkHash is a small GTK+ utility which allows users to compute message digests or checksums using the mhash library. Currently supported hash functions include MD5, MD6, SHA1, SHA256, SHA512, RIPEMD, TIGER and WHIRLPOOL.
Latest reviews
5
Surf3r57 1 month ago

Simple and cool, plus the check indicator. I like it

5
lmmike 9 months ago

Works great in 20.3 Cinnamon. Thanks! Also just tried nemo-gtkhash which adds similar/same functionality to nemo file properties.

5
_Mint_Condition_ 1 year ago

Works as it should, lightweight, and is intuitive. Couldn't ask for A a better hash checker!

5
donreid 3 years ago

Works perfectly, easy to use.

5
FreeWebber 3 years ago

Almost Perfect! Need save view state after app restart. Thank you for list view and dnd!!

5
rmisra1 3 years ago

good ...as easy tool to preform quick check ...in case vlaue are differnet then u can try manually to decide whether downloaded file was having issue or "gtkhash " application ....so far this tool has given corret values to me

5
ctfolmar 4 years ago

Perfect for those unfamiliar with Linux command lines.

1
Forceps 4 years ago

It computed hashes wrongly, at least SHA-256 and SHA-512.

5
robert_mint 5 years ago

Perfect!

5
pygmalion 5 years ago

I don't mind it doing it in the terminal but I preffer this program

5
ibin 5 years ago

aplikasi sederhana tapi sangat bermanfaat..mantabz

5
tr0nic 7 years ago

bestes Hash Werkzeug - unzählige Hashmethoden - mit gtkhash-nemo auch im Dateibrowser und mit Rechtsklick im Reiter einsehbar

5
AdamWeis 7 years ago

very usefull hashing tool - thanks to devs! could you integrate a function that it calculates hashes when started?

4
jahid_0903014 7 years ago

useful tool

5
dangkhoa1612 7 years ago

Qua tot!

5
Trage 7 years ago

Top! A+++

4
lexcher 8 years ago

Отличное средство для проверки образов дисков на целостность.

5
fxnull 8 years ago

nice app

5
annoyingduck 8 years ago

A must have for us Android Flashaholics. I like this program more than the windows variants I used before making the jump to Linux. Nice app.

2
Chaotajo 8 years ago

A simple c.l.i. command is all I need.