MD5 GUI is a small (well, relatively..) Win 95/98/NT
program that generates and checks
You can download it
from here (248k)
It is 100% compatible with the md5sum.exe dos program and
it's UNIX equivalent.
There are several functions that are not implemented. Namely, ASCII
Currently, all checksums are generated in binary mode.
for an image that shows what the
full screen looks
The little green circles mean that a file checked out ok. A little red
flag means that a file did not match its checksum. A little "NOT" sign
means that the file could not be opened.
When generating checksum files, all the icons will be green.
Recursion is not yet supported. If
files are added from multiple directories, when the checksum file is
saved, only the files
themselves will be listed; the directories from which they came will
To use this thing, choose the action you wish (generate or check)
and drag the checksum file
(in the case of checking files) or multiple files (for generating
checksums). The files that were checked,
or for which checksums were generated, will be shown in the list box.
To create a file with the contents
of the list box in standard md5sum format, either click the Save As..
button or the To Clipboard button.
Save As.. of course saves a file directly. To Clipboard copies the same
format to the clipboard as text.
and source code are provided AS-IS, and WITHOUT WARRANTY. These files
are licensed under the GPL. Please see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html
for license details.
MD5.exe, 248 KiB
(All versions of Windows)