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Hash calculation and validation software
TurboSFV is a utility for the calculation and validation of checksums for files.

The following hash algorithms are currently supported:
  • CRC-32, MD5, SHA-1
  • XXH32, XXH64 (xxHash)
  • SHA-224, SHA-256, SHA-384, SHA-512 including SHA-512/224 and SHA-512/256
  • BLAKE2S-256, BLAKE2B-256, BLAKE2B-384 and BLAKE2B-512
  • SHA3-224, SHA3-256, SHA3-384 and SHA3-512
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Applications
With TurboSFV, you can calculate checksums (hash values) for your files. At a later time, you can validate the hash values to ensure, that the content of the files has not been changed.
Typical areas where hash values are used:
  • File transfer: Before sending files over the network, hash values can be calculated, which can be used to detect the alteration of data during the transfer.
  • Observing folders: Detect changed and missed files and find new files which were added to the folders after the creation of a checksum file. Page Analyze validation results describes the analysis capabilities of TurboSFV.
  • Storage mediums: The quality of a storage medium like a DVD can change. By using hash values, the integrity of stored files can be checked at any time and defective mediums can be detected and replaced.
  • Quality chain: Useful in companies or organizations, where any change of important data must be monitored and documented, to ensure the quality of the service. For example, if the final version of a software has been developed and passed the quality control, then the files should not be changed in subsequent processes. The control can be achieved with checksums.

    But applications are not limited to software companies: hash values can be calculated for any kind of documents such as recipes, certificates or in the area of electronic data exchange or forensics, and can help to improve the quality control.
Hash files, folders or a drive
TurboSFV produces hash values for files located in folders, folder trees or for all files on a drive.
  • One or more files can be selected and for each file a checksum will be calculated.
  • One or more folders can be selected to calculate a hash value for each file in the selected folders. Optionally, subfolders can be included.
  • Select a drive to create checksums for all files on a drive.
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Verify file integrity
Previously calculated hash values can be used to verify the file integrity at a later time, to ensure that the data has not been altered.
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TurboSFV recalculates the checksum of each file and compares it with the previous stored value.
Shell extensions
TurboSFV extends the shell with additional functions for the calculation of hash values. These extensions are integrated into and can be called from within the Windows Explorer.
Context menu Calculation of hash values for files, folders or a drive by selecting a hash function in the explorer.
Infotip The explorer displays information for a hash file in the form of a text box.
Hash file property sheet Display of detailed information for a hash file on a separated tabulator sheet in the file properties through the explorer.
Hash calculation property sheet Calculation of hash values for a file on another tabulator sheet, available in the file properties in the explorer.
The shell extensions are implemented as a 32-bit (x86) and a 64-bit (x64) version and support the appropriate Windows version.
Command-line versions
TurboSFV provides command-line versions for calculating checksums. Creating or validating checksum files can be processed in a command window or in batch files.
Unicode support
TurboSFV properly handles files with Unicode characters in file or folder names and can read from and write to hash files which are encoded in Unicode.
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Checksum files
TurboSFV saves checksums in hash files. These files can be later on used to verify the file integrity. Depending on the used algorithm, TurboSFV uses the following file extensions for hash files:
blk BLAKE2 family: BLAKE2S-256, BLAKE2B-256, BLAKE2B-384 and BLAKE2B-512.
md5 Message digest 5 (MD5) hash function.
sfv Cyclic redundancy check (CRC-32) function.
sh1 Secure hash algorithm SHA-1.
sh2 SHA-2 family: SHA-224, SHA-256, SHA-384, SHA-512, SHA-512/224, SHA-512/256.
sh3 SHA-3 family: SHA3-224, SHA3-256, SHA3-384 and SHA3-512.
xxh xxHash: XXH32 and XXH64.
TurboSFV saves the hash values either in a summary checksum file, in one file per folder or per file. For each calculation process, it's easy to switch between the three creation modes.
Available versions
TurboSFV is available in three versions:
  • Light edition (LE)
  • Private edition (PE)
  • Commercial edition (CE), which includes a mobile (portable) version ME.
For all editions, there is a
  • 32-bit type (TurboSFV x86) and a
  • 64-bit type (TurboSFV x64).

Please check out the full list of features or download a trial version.
 
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