MD5 & SHA Checksum Utility

MD5 & SHA Checksum Utility is a tool that allows you to generate CRC32, MD5, SHA-1, SHA-256, SHA-384 and SHA-512 hashes of single or multiple files. You can also verify hashes with the matching file to ensure the file integrity is correct.

You may click on the Browse button to select a file/folder to generate hashes. Alternatively, you may also drag and drop or do a right-click on any file/folder to generate hashes. The generated hashes can be copied to clipboard or saved as CSV/HTML/TXT file.

File Panel
File Panel

Folder Panel
File Panel

Feature Free Pro
MD5, SHA-1, SHA-256 & SHA-512 tick tick
CRC32 & SHA-384 cross tick
Copy to Clipboard tick tick
Drag and Drop tick tick
Verify Hash tick tick
Hash Multiples Files from Folders and Subfolders cross tick
Export Report as CSV/HTML/TXT file cross tick
Windows Explorer Context Menu Integration cross tick
Price $0 $9.99
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Instruction to Generate hash

  1. Tick on the hashes that you want to generate
  2. Drag and drop a file into the program or use the Browse button to select a File
  3. Selected hashes will be generated
  4. Click on Copy All button if you want to copy all the selected hashes to clipboard (Useful for sharing hash with people)

Instruction to Verify hash

  1. Download a software that provides MD5, SHA-1 & SHA-256 hash
  2. Copy one of the hashes to clipboard (Ctrl + C)
  3. Drag and drop the downloaded file into the program or use the Browse button to select the downloaded file
  4. Selected hashes will be generated
  5. Click on the Paste button
  6. Click on the Verify button and the result will be displayed in a message box

You can try generate hash for this software and verify with one of the the checksum below.

Checksums for MD5 & SHA Checksum Utility 2.1 (Free)

MD5 Checksum: 2D423B85E6684956B817E6C7E36BE3DC
SHA-1 Checksum: 4B70B5213249014C3785460720B81B5F9BEABEC3
SHA-256 Checksum: D3D6F3597AEBA37312F61E59BA465E57B19140CC9A4517C7F9C49461F1D0A4BB
SHA-512 Checksum (double-click below in order to select and copy full checksum): 53914AFA0E66C50BBD12D9FFB7833FD5094FA10735D8700BFF9CD87C2A7EB478D6715B34EAE4F53652F0E48EC3526C51C431C08ACF4EC70E8DD5FCD5FA84C129

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    • 4. Raymond  |  December 5, 2017 at 8:29 pm

      Hi txus,

      It’s a false positive result.


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  • 9. Glen  |  November 4, 2017 at 8:58 am

    Hi Raymond, this really helped me,Downloaded several Ubuntu ISOs onto a Windows machine..Hugely frustrating…then I found your brilliant Checksum Utility, which saved me heaps of time and aggravation. Thank you so much! Will definitely buy Pro something from you.

    • 10. Raymond  |  November 4, 2017 at 10:55 am

      Hi Glen,

      Thanks for the support 🙂


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  • 12. Gerry Rude  |  October 18, 2017 at 5:48 am

    After purchasing the pro version, I was VERY disappointed to find that it insists on installing on the C: drive in the Program Files(X86) folder. Any chance we can get a version that allows the user to select the installation directory? Otherwise, a very handy utility, but, for me, the installation directory issue is a deal-breaker. It got uninstalled.

    • 13. Raymond  |  October 19, 2017 at 12:07 am

      Hi Gerry,

      Any reason why you want to specify a custom directory? If you would like to convert it into a portable, you can copy the files into other folder/drive. Do note that the settings will be reset by using this approach.


      • 14. Gerry Rude  |  October 20, 2017 at 6:38 am

        Hi Raymond;
        Thanks for your response. I just have personal policy that drive C: is restricted to Microsoft’s bloated O/S and its proverbial mess. MY software and data (things that I control) go on separate physical drives. No locking issues, easy to backup, not at risk from a corrupted O/S, which happens from time to time. For what I wanted, the freeware version works just fine; I just felt that since I found it useful, I would support its development by purchasing the paid version.

        • 15. Marcel  |  October 20, 2017 at 12:14 pm

          Uptil now I too installed the software on a different partition. I’ve always done that in the past, so for me it is more or less a kind of habit to continue that way.
          In the past drives were relatively small, so I used a small partition for Windows only. Making an image of the Windows partition went faster.

          Personally I think it gets me a better/quick overview of the installed programs, I don’t need to browse to some Windows folder.
          Also, some programs are saving their setups in .cfg or .ini files, residing in the same folder where the program was installed. It is easier then to have quick access to those files (make a backup before changing them)

          In the past I used multiple (RAID,0)drives, so I had Windows on C on RAID drive 1 and programs on RAID-drive 2, I even remember that I once had the pagefile.sys on RAID-drive 3, all this to maximize performance.
          Whilst using SSD’s those days are gone.

          Performance-wise it does not make any difference : installing all on the same SSD vs using a different partition/drive.
          It is only be a kind of ‘organisational matter’ now.
          I think as from Office 2016 users can not change the default installation folder anymore: it is installed on C, probably the same as many AV software.

          All personal data though, PDF, .Word/Excel, clipboard data, etc., they are stored on a separate pw-protected partition.

          • 16. Raymond  |  October 22, 2017 at 11:01 pm

            Hi Gerry and Marcel,

            Thanks for the sharing and support 🙂


  • 17. Peter Oh  |  October 17, 2017 at 5:26 am

    I remain unclear about whether this utility is suitable for use on Windows 10 (Updated OCT 2017)?

    • 18. Raymond  |  October 18, 2017 at 11:59 pm

      Hi Peter,

      It is suitable for Windows 10.


  • 19. Eliz  |  October 14, 2017 at 12:55 am

    Hi Raymond,
    Our photo archiver would like to use your MD5&SHA Checksum Utility to verify the integrity of digital image files. The security officer would like to know more before he allows it. Will you collect any data from us, and if so what and how is it stored? Do you have an EULA? What app or programming language did you use to create the utility?
    Thank you.

    • 20. Raymond  |  October 14, 2017 at 2:38 pm

      Hi Eliz,

      We will not collect any data from user.
      We do not have any EULA.
      It is developed in .NET.


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  • 22. Mr T  |  September 19, 2017 at 9:00 pm

    Could you please fix the issue where the checksum isn’t copied to the clipboard until AFTER you select OK on the dialogue box that states “MD5 checksum has been copied to the clipboard”. This has caught me out numerous times when summing multiple files and ending up pasting the sum from the previous file because i didn’t press OK

    • 23. Raymond  |  September 22, 2017 at 10:27 pm

      Hi Mr T,

      I just tested and didn’t encountered the issue that you mentioned. The checksum is already copied to the clipboard before clicking the OK button.

      Can you test in other PC to confirm and also let me know what is the OS that you used to test?


      • 24. Mr T  |  September 22, 2017 at 10:42 pm

        Hi Raymond,

        as requested, I have tried this on 2 different PC’s and get the same behaviour on both, both PC’s are using Windows 7 Professional SP1.

        Mr T

        • 25. Raymond  |  September 22, 2017 at 10:44 pm

          Hi Mr T,

          Seems like it is a Windows 7 issue as one of the user also commented the same issue.

          I will find a Windows 7 PC to replicate to confirm.


          • 26. Alan  |  September 23, 2017 at 12:07 am

            Hi, Raymond. After reading Mr T’s and Snowflake’s comments, as well as your responses, I tested for this copy-to-clipboard behavior on my Windows 10 x64 Pro version 1703. The Checksum Utility Pro 2.1 behaves as expected and does copy anywhere from a single checksum or all six checksums into the Windows clipboard as soon as a file is selected and BEFORE clicking on the Okay button. I verified by pasting to Notepad, switching between two different files, selecting different combinations of checksums in the Checksum Utility, and either BEFORE or AFTER clicking the Okay button. I verified that the proper checksums are copied into the Clipboard when I switch to a different selected file in the Checksum Utility on my Win 10 machine.

    • 27. Snowflake  |  September 22, 2017 at 10:41 pm

      I have exactly the same issue using Windows 7 version 2.1

      • 28. Raymond  |  September 22, 2017 at 10:43 pm

        Hi Snowflake,

        Thanks for the information.
        I have tested in Windows 8.
        Will find a Windows 7 PC to replicate to confirm.


  • 29. tech adviser  |  September 1, 2017 at 10:25 am

    Cool article. awesome work, keep it up.

    • 30. Raymond  |  September 2, 2017 at 12:43 am

      Hi tech adviser,

      Thanks for the support 🙂


  • 31. Marcel  |  August 20, 2017 at 5:09 pm

    Would like to revive the request to have a portable version of MD5 & SHA Checksum utility and -with- a context menu, similar to the installed version.

    Portable without having to install first..

    Then rightclick a file,

    a) generate hash MD5 SHA256, in this way:
    -Modified date
    items, below each other and then copy to clipboard.

    This layout to be saved in settings within MD5&SHA Checksum Utility (a kind of preset, user-format).
    b) compare to clipboard

    It would be a nice ‘extra’ for the paid version.
    The download file to contain both an installer and a portable.

    The first time the portable version is launched it requires the purchased key and saves that as an encrypted file together with the portable .exe

    Maybe if other users are supporting this idea here, then you might be prepared to consider this??

    Keep up the good work!


  • 33. neilrahc  |  August 20, 2017 at 4:58 am

    Thank you Raymond – a very helpful tool.

    • 34. Raymond  |  August 20, 2017 at 11:39 pm

      Hi neilrahc,

      Thanks for the support 🙂


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