2.1.3.1. Windows sha256sum

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  • #3673

    jepjepdatte
    Participant

    Might want to add the windows PowerShell command to check the sha256, since there are Windows examples in other topics.

    Get-FileHash file

    Only tested on Windows 10 with PowerShell version 5.1

  • #3684

    Mati
    Keymaster

    Thanks, that’s a nice tip!

    • #3711

      arun
      Participant

      I could not get the hash to match the one that kali linux provided provided. What can i do to fix this? I used CertUtil in the windows command line. I’m not sure if this helps but the hash i got was d0af19c738ad705b7761ec374f87dfbff2bac41e1960d796af599e601af65d6e. I downloaded the kali linux 64 bit and its sha256sum clearly doesn’t match mine. Any help will be much appreciated.

  • #3771

    Sandon
    Participant

    I used this command and the hash matched for me

    certutil.exe -hashfile kali-linux-2018.1-amd64.iso SHA256

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