HashTab
HashTab
6.0

3.3

HashTab free download for Mac

HashTab

6.0
11 February 2017

File hashing application and Finder context menu extension.

Overview

HashTab is a file hashing application and Finder context menu extension. The Finder menu extension adds a menu item called "File Hashes" that will allow you to launch the hashing application on a specific file from directly within Finder. Supports numerous common hashing algorithms SHA1 SHA-256 SHA-512, MD2, MD4, MD5, RIPEMD160, RIMPEMD 320, HAVAL, TIGER, and Whirlpool.

What's new in HashTab

Version 6.0:
  • New hash algorithms
  • Dozens of algorithms supported
  • Support for macOS Sierra
  • Bug fixes

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5 HashTab Reviews

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Ecbrown
20 August 2010

Most helpful

Fanstastic application. It does exactly what I want it to do---be convenient to computed SHA's, CRC32's, MD5's, etc. with a right click and choice from contextual menu.
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Version 1.2
justifiably
06 November 2012
Just okay. Just worth $2, I suppose. To compare hashes you must apply to one file, copy a hash from the table, then apply to a second file, and finally paste the first hash into a text field to get a Yes/No indicator. I was hoping for a much better UI for comparing two or more files quickly. Should allow multiple instances of window and accept two or more files with an output window for each for quick comparison. Or using one window, accept multiple files and output file(s) grouped by hashes.
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Version 2.0
adarkenigma
26 July 2012
It is no longer free and version 2.1 is out on App store. will cost you $1.99. no change log on site or App store so dont know what new. i say its only worth 99 cents for ease of acces from app store.
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Version 2.0
Mikael-B
23 July 2012
This is Intel only since version 2 it seems.
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Version 2.0
HueyGeek
07 April 2011
A good stuff, but the developers appears change the URL, I found it at http://www.implbits.com/Products/HashTabMac.aspx
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Version 1.2
Ecbrown
20 August 2010
Fanstastic application. It does exactly what I want it to do---be convenient to computed SHA's, CRC32's, MD5's, etc. with a right click and choice from contextual menu.
Like
Version 1.2