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MD5 SHA1 SHA256 Hash wdx plugin

Post by *joelhewitt » 2007-03-16, 01:01 UTC

I have put together a wdx plugin that will show the MD5 or SHA1, SHA256 RND160 hash of a file in the main file viewer. It is included with source code and hopefully understandable instructions. I don't know how to post it to the plugin page, or if that is even allowed for new folks. So I have included a link to it here, so everyone can review it critique it and improve it.

It works on my Win2k machine with Total commander 6.55. I hope this is useful to at least someone out there.

Joel

I have included it at
mytempdir dot com 1256007

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Post by *djk » 2007-03-16, 05:44 UTC

Thanks for the plugin.
I have put it on en.totalcmd.pl but to make it more clear for users I've zipped the sources (it's included it the same archive file) and added pluginst.inf file for auto-installer option.
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Post by *joelhewitt » 2007-03-16, 14:29 UTC

Thank you for posting and making the installer. If you have the ability to improve it, ie a better hash library, please let me know.

Joel

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Version 0.2

Post by *joelhewitt » 2007-03-20, 22:24 UTC

Hashsys is now at version 0.2:

I have upgraded the hash library to use mhash-0.9.8.1 from http://mhash.sourceforge.net.

At the moment the following 26 Hashes are supported:

CRC32 CRC32B ADLER32 MD2 MD4 MD5 SHA1 SHA224 SHA256 SHA384 SHA512
HAVAL128 HAVAL160 HAVAL192 HAVAL224 HAVAL256 RIPEMD128 RIPEMD160 RIPEMD256 RIPEMD320
TIGER128 TIGER160 GOST WHIRLPOOL SNEFRU128 SNEFRU256

Future plans include:
HMAC hashes, with the key read off of a file, since I can't find a way to have a configuration dialog with a wdx plugin.

NTFS object IDs from files/directories.


Joel

at the moment it is available at
http://en.totalcmd.pl/download/wdx/Fls/695
and:
http://www.mytempdir.com/1262678

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Re: Version 0.2

Post by *m^2 » 2007-03-20, 22:40 UTC

joelhewitt wrote:I can't find a way to have a configuration dialog with a wdx plugin.
I've seen somewhere
config.bat wrote:rundll32 plugin.wdx, ShowConfig
It's probably the best way of doing this...

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Post by *joelhewitt » 2007-03-21, 14:22 UTC

config.bat wrote:
rundll32 plugin.wdx, ShowConfig

I could easily do that, but the problem I see is that there is no way directly from Total Commander to execute that. Short of making a decidated button, or having the user type your command in. I was looking for something more along the lines of a "configuration" or "properties" button within the plugin manager. Thank for the tip.

Joel

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