1. Xyplorer 7.0 or higher. The script is not tested for earlier versions but may work.
How to use:
1. Place Hash.xys into the <xypath>\Data\Scripts folder
2. Create a catalog entry to load the script or make your own toolbar button
3. Select files in Xyplorer that you wish to checksum
4. Choose from 3 possible checksum formats as displayed below
CURRENT VERSION: 0.6
Code: Select all
V0.6 + support for hashing with SHA256 and SHA512 algorythms. V0.5 + Switched most of the code to HEREDOC format. + Added new script feature: "Compare to known checksum" > This new feature will first display a text input box. You can input any amount of text that contains checksums for the files you are about to hash. Usually these checksums come from a trusted source, such as the website where you are downloading your files from, or from a .NFO file. > The script will automatically calculate checksums and compare them to the checksums you provided. > When matches are found this is clearly indicated in the report text box that appears when the script is done. ! Caution: Checksum matching only indicates the file on your hard drive is an exact copy of the file on the server. It does not provide any information on whether this file is safe or not. Always verify your checksums are coming from an official source. Try doing a Google search for your MD5 and SHA1 sum. If Google does not find any results and your file is a software package, be suspicious.
0.4 - 11
0.5 - 38