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'''md5deep''' is a suite of [[cross platform]] tools to compute [[hash|hashes]] of any number of input files. Although similar to other hashing programs like [[md5sum]], it can also recursively traverse directory structures, use a variety of algorithms, and use files of known hashes to perform both positive and negative matching. The program runs on [[Microsoft]] [[Windows]], [[Apple]] [[OS X]], [[Linux]], [[Solaris]], and most other [[Unix|*nix]] [[operating system]]s. It also also been ported to [[FreeBSD]] and is part of the [[Fink]] project.
 
'''md5deep''' is a suite of [[cross platform]] tools to compute [[hash|hashes]] of any number of input files. Although similar to other hashing programs like [[md5sum]], it can also recursively traverse directory structures, use a variety of algorithms, and use files of known hashes to perform both positive and negative matching. The program runs on [[Microsoft]] [[Windows]], [[Apple]] [[OS X]], [[Linux]], [[Solaris]], and most other [[Unix|*nix]] [[operating system]]s. It also also been ported to [[FreeBSD]] and is part of the [[Fink]] project.
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== Algorithms Supported ==
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md5deep currently supports [MD5], [SHA-1], [SHA-256], [Tiger], and [Whirlpool].
  
 
== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==
  
 
* [http://md5deep.sourceforge.net/ Official website]
 
* [http://md5deep.sourceforge.net/ Official website]

Revision as of 23:27, 23 March 2006

md5deep is a suite of cross platform tools to compute hashes of any number of input files. Although similar to other hashing programs like md5sum, it can also recursively traverse directory structures, use a variety of algorithms, and use files of known hashes to perform both positive and negative matching. The program runs on Microsoft Windows, Apple OS X, Linux, Solaris, and most other *nix operating systems. It also also been ported to FreeBSD and is part of the Fink project.

Algorithms Supported

md5deep currently supports [MD5], [SHA-1], [SHA-256], [Tiger], and [Whirlpool].

External Links