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SHA512 Calculator - manual alternatives? | CLOSED

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SHA512 Calculator - manual alternatives? | CLOSED

Post by Guest » Sat Feb 08, 2014 11:11 pm

 ! Message from: df
Use the SHA512 calculator at https://cryptostorm.is/sha512 , which now includes a link to a non-JS version

If you want to create the hash on your own system, use the Linux command:
echo -n token|sha512sum
Or if you don't have the sha512sum command, use OpenSSL:
echo -n token|openssl sha512|awk '{print $2}'

On Windows, you can use the built-in certutil command:
echo|set /p="YOUR-TOKEN" > temporary_file.txt
certutil -hashfile temporary_file.txt SHA512
del temporary_file.txt

With Linux, the -n parameter to echo tells it to not include a newline at the end of the token, which will give you the wrong hash.
In Windows, echo|set /p= accomplishes the same thing.