Windows Checksum

It’s often not easy to find a command line tool to generate checksums on Windows since well… it’s not Linux. Yeah, I know. Until now.

Introducing Checksum.exe, a simple command line tool made in Microsoft .NET. And it’s free too!

Download it today!
SHA1: 67320B672877A0FF771198EBBA5A2F0B687E6C28
SHA2: 3765EB9B53E7BCE25DF94D37704AF879763E460474E6CA116BA5614FAD78908A

How do I use it? Well, it’s really simple…

How would this work?

If you execute the following…

It would output this…

If you execute the following…

It would output this…

As for the different modes that the tool accepts, they are as follows…
md5, sha1/sha160, sha256, sha384, sha512, and ripemd160

Note, for Windows XP users only md5 and sha1/sha160 modes are available to you.