A selected source folder can be hashed and copied to a destination folder now, too.
NOTE: In Linux, make sure the binary is executable (either right click and in permissions area tick the box “Allow executing as a program” or in terminal “chmod +x QuickHash-Linux”. To be able to hash disks in Linux, run it at the terminal as follows: sudo ./QuickHash-Linux
- NEW FEATURE – Recursive copying & hashing of all files in a source directory to a destination directory
- Ability to hash physical and logical disks (if run in Linux using root or sudo), e.g. /dev/hda or /dev/hda1
- Recursive MD5/SHA1/SHA256/SHA512 hashing of all files in a selected directory and sub-directories, up to a theoretical max of 18 ExaBytes of data….or 250 thousand 4 TeraByte harddisks full of data
- Percentage progress indicator
- Designed as a GUI for Linux but also compiled for Windows
- Enables digital forensic practitioners or IT security staff to hash files at times when files have been extracted out from forensic software before or after transportation to non-forensic staff
- A simple non-confusing interface.
- Usually faster than mainstream hashing Windows tools
- All results can be exported to a CSV text file, or a HTML web file, or both
- Ability to copy data to clipboard using Ctrl+C
- No installation. No wizards. No registration. Just double click and use, instantly.
- Open Source (please feedback any code improvements for future versions.