SHA1Sum is a command-line application written in C++ for Linux.
It includes multiple useful features that make the tool very easy to use.
The interface has minimal impact on system performance, and the application finishes a task in no time at all. It does not show any error messages or crashes, and there was no downtime of the system.
All SHA1Sum does, is calculate the SHA1checksum of any file and compare it with the checksum you specify.
SHA1Sum for Windows Details:
SHA1Sum runs natively on Windows x86 systems, since the file is signed for both x86 and x64 editions, there is no need to do a recompile or port.
The application should not be installed, since it overwrites its own.exe files with an updated version.
The application’s icon, as well as its registration code, are not embedded in the executable binary, so that the application installs without any changes.
It’s possible to save SHA1Sum to an external USB flash disk or similar storage unit, in order to run it on any machine without prior installers.
The application does not change any registry entries or files on the HDD, so that you can freely remove SHA1Sum from the machine and forget about it.
It runs on the computer’s main processor, but it does not use much RAM or CPU in normal use.
SHA1Sum does not update the Windows registry with new entries, and files are not left behind on the HDD after removing the tool.
SHA1Sum performs SHA1checksum on input files, and compares them with an already existing checksum, without generating any output dialogs.
The application includes a small help manual, and it is easily navigated.
SHA1Sum allows you to specify a checksum files (SHA1, SHA256, SHA384, or SHA512), a file to be added to its own signature, file options, as well as options for saving and adding a signature to an external file.
You can compare the SHA1checksum of a file with an already existing checksum, or compare the checksum of two files in case that you want to look at the changes between two specified dates. You can change the date format for each of the specified options, or simply use the default format of the date command.
The application includes an option to look at the SHA1checksums of all the files in a directory, and not just one
This tool provides SHA1Sum, to compute and compare the SHA1 checksum (also known as the hash) of two files.
SHA1Checksum hash of data is a function used to identify content of a file. It provides rapid means of comparing and verifying files. A checksum is unique and stable identifier of any file, whose value can be used for comparison purposes.
SHA1Sum, is a part of a group of tools, which is available for 32 and 64-bit computers in SourceForge.net.
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An open source command-line application for SHA-1 checksums comparison.
SHA1Sum provides similar functionality to sha1sum command, except using SHA-1 checksum algorithm.
The only difference is that SHA1Sum can compare two files. In comparison to sha1sum, it is more lightweight and efficient and is useful for developers who have to check whether a file was changed after compilation.
The command line is:
SHA1Checksum [filename1 filename2]
SHA1sum [filename1 filename2]
The user interface of SHA1Sum is very simple, which provides the easiest way to check SHA-1 checksum of two files using command line interface.
You are just required to enter the file path of the first file, and the other will be calculated automatically.
The output of the program is also very helpful, which includes filename, last modification date, hash value and other useful information.
The tool also supports two command line switches, allowing you to choose to check only newly-modified files, or even all files in the specified directory.
To help you get started, it also comes packed with many features, such as comparing the hash of any file with a given hash value, which is very useful to check the integrity of the whole image file.
You can also save the SHA-1 checksum to the local file, which will be very useful to store them in hard disk, USB, CD, SD and other storage units.
You can save the tool to the USB and run it from any machine without installing it.
SHA1Sum has been tested on Windows XP and Windows 7, and it has performed successfully on both systems.
SHA1Sum is a multi-threaded process, which improves the processing speed by
SHA1Sum [Latest] 2022
SHA1Sum checksums the files listed in the command-line arguments or first file found in the current directory, and compares them.
Input files can be either absolute paths or relative paths, and files can be either local or remote, depending on the system configuration.
SHA1Sum can work in parallel, producing the results in any set of output files. Multiple output files can also be selected (to compare a set of files one by one), and the optional –ignore-case option limits the selection to upper- or lower-case characters.
–sort-files lists the files in alphabetical order, allowing the signatures to be sortable. For example, you can compare a set of untagged files in a sorted order.
–ignore-case allows you to turn off the ASCII case-sensitivity. This option is useful if your input files were saved with different encodings (Windows-1252 and UTF-8).
SHA1Sum presents a list of all detected files, and outputs an XML report of the SHA1 checksums in an easy-to-read format.
You can save the SHA1 signature data to an external file or ZIP archive, or even open the report in Microsoft Excel. When the latter option is selected, the current data view is saved to a new Excel file.
We strongly recommend this option, since SHA1Sum compares the SHA1 data in the list in an order that makes sense.
When you add a new file to your SHA1Sum’s analysis, the app generates a new report. This way, you can easily compare the detected files over time.
SHA1Sum’s output has the following format:
What’s New in the SHA1Sum?
SHA1sum is a quick and easy utility that calculates and compares the SHA1 checksum of any two files. It comes packed with a few features that can be easily used. When you open SHA1sum, a splash screen appears that displays the usage summary of this program. Once you press Enter, a screen appears that shows the command prompt with the SHA1sum header and a help button. The key features are listed below.
Input two files to be compared.
Select or enter a folder where you want to save SHA1 signature files.
Select or enter a folder where you want to save the original files.
The Main Program
SHA1Sum uses a simple dialog for inputting user input. Once you press Enter in the dialog, the inputted information is validated and displayed under the SHA1sum header. It includes the original files, the SHA1 checksum, SHA1 checksum of the original files, file size, and the operating system the application is run on. You can also specify the number of times to compute the checksum and the location where to write it.
SHA1Sum can be a very useful tool for detecting any changes in the files.
As you can see, SHA1Sum takes two files as input, and it calculates the SHA1 checksums for them. Note that you can also specify a third file that is the same as the first file. This is used for „diffing“ files.
If you compare the SHA1 checksums of any two files and you find any changes, you can easily spot them by inspecting the location where the differences were found. Below, you can see that the SHA1 checksum of the file v0.txt was modified.
To help users understand how to use this tool, we developed a set of command line options. You can call the following command from a Command Prompt dialog (you have to specify a file path on the command line).
SHA1sum.exe -a -l SHA1sum.log -s txt_sha1 -a -l SHA1sum.log -s txt_sha1 -a -l SHA1sum.log -s txt_sha1 -a -l SHA1sum.log -s txt_sha1 -a -l SHA1sum.log -s txt_sha1
All the options are described below.
Windows 10 x64 / Windows 8.1 x64 / Windows 7 x64
Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-2400S CPU @ 2.5 GHz
RAM: 8 GB
Graphics: Intel® HD Graphics 520
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 7 GB available space
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