Have you ever downloaded or transferred a file but were unusre whether it completed successfully? If so, one way to check the integrity of the file is to run a checksum check on the file.
Hyper Hasher allows you to calculate the checksum value of any file or string, which gives you a much greater idea of the integrity of the element. It is particularly useful when you want to check that a large file download was successful and there has been no failure in the transfer. This is great for your eMule or P2P downloads which may not have completed properly.
There are numerous algorithms used to perform checksum calculations and Hyper Hasher supports most of them including algorithms that allow you to make these calculations: MD2, MD4, MD5, SHA-1, SHA-256, SHA-384, SHA - 512, HAVAL, Tiger, Panama, RIPEMD-160, FCS-16 , FCS-32, GHash-32-3, GHash-32-5 and others. Hyper Hasher also offers other interesting options such as the ability to integrate it into Windows Explorer, compare two files with each other and copy the results directly to the Clipboard.
If you have regular problems with files not opening or need to make sure a transfer has definitely worked, Hyper Hasher is a simple but powerful solution.