[SCRIPT] asuswrt-sha256-signature - easily check a firmware files SHA256 security signature

lightaffaire

Occasional Visitor
@Yota thank you for your message.

Your breakdown of howto implement my scripts functionality on windows is good and I look forward to someone else rolling up their sleeves and implementing a working windows script.
 

kernol

Very Senior Member
For those who don't know, 7-Zip will give you a super handy "CRC SHA" right click context menu for checking file signatures on Windows.
Pretty much all you need ... have used it for years - fully free and without bothering with scripts on third party sites.
 

lightaffaire

Occasional Visitor
Pretty much all you need ... have used it for years - fully free and without bothering with scripts on third party sites.

lol... whatever turns you on... but your lovely reply motivated me to explore this sites options and I discovered something i had initially missed.
 
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JWoo

Senior Member
For those who don't know, 7-Zip will give you a super handy "CRC SHA" right click context menu for checking file signatures on Windows.
Also use 7Zip in Windows to check the CRC. Works very well.
 

OzarkEdge

Part of the Furniture
These built-in commands will generate/display the respective crypto hash for the specified file from a Windows command or powershell prompt:

certutil -hashfile filespec MD5 ;use for Asuswrt .w file.

certutil -hashfile filespec SHA256 ;use for Asuswrt-Merlin .w file.

A filespec with spaces will require quotes, "filespec".

OE
 
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