exf is a console (command line) Windows utility similar to fsum, md5sum, sha1sum, etc.
- Multi-threaded operation scans multiple files concurrently so stuff gets done faster.
- Unicode-compatible so that Unicode file names aren’t a problem.
- Tests and creates digest files in the following formats:
- Supports multiple hash (checksum) routines:
- MD2, MD4, MD5
- SHA1, SHA2 (SHA256, SHA384, SHA512)
- RIPEMD128, RIPEMD160
- TIGER128, TIGER160, TIGER192
- Supports recursive directory scanning
exf 184.108.40.206 BETA
- Fixed problem that caused batch files to terminate with exf.
This was caused by the way Windows consoles handle changing of the output code page. exf now reverts the console output code page to the pre-existing code page setting when exf finishes. This means that Unicode characters will appear as squares on the screen, but redirected output (such as to a file) does not lose data, so this is okay.
- Minor performance improvement.
exf 220.127.116.11 BETA
- Changed SHA1 style output and digest input scanning to be compatible with GNU sha1sum.
exf 18.104.22.168 BETA
- Adjustments to file reading code.
- Fixed hidden files not getting scanned.
- Added -fp switch to include full path in digest output.
- Console output includes number of files hashed.
exf 22.214.171.124 BETA
- Initial release.