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hashdeep

hashdeep is a set of tools to compute MD5, SHA1, SHA256, tiger and whirlpool hashsums of arbitrary number of files recursively.

The main hashdeep features are:

  • It can compare those hashsums with a list of known hashes;
  • The tools can display those that match the list or those that does not match;
  • It can display a time estimation when processing large files.
  • It can do piecewise hashing (hash input files in arbitrary sized blocks).

This package is useful in forensics investigations.

Installed size: 1.47 MB
How to install: sudo apt install hashdeep

  • libc6
  • libgcc-s1
  • libstdc++6
hashdeep

Compute, compare, or audit multiple message digests

root@kali:~# hashdeep -h
hashdeep version 4.4 by Jesse Kornblum and Simson Garfinkel.
$ hashdeep [OPTION]... [FILES]...
-c <alg1,[alg2]> - Compute hashes only. Defaults are MD5 and SHA-256
                   legal values: md5,sha1,sha256,tiger,whirlpool,
-p <size> - piecewise mode. Files are broken into blocks for hashing
-r        - recursive mode. All subdirectories are traversed
-d        - output in DFXML (Digital Forensics XML)
-k <file> - add a file of known hashes
-a        - audit mode. Validates FILES against known hashes. Requires -k
-m        - matching mode. Requires -k
-x        - negative matching mode. Requires -k
-w        - in -m mode, displays which known file was matched
-M and -X act like -m and -x, but display hashes of matching files
-e        - compute estimated time remaining for each file
-s        - silent mode. Suppress all error messages
-b        - prints only the bare name of files; all path information is omitted
-l        - print relative paths for filenames
-i/-I     - only process files smaller than the given threshold
-o        - only process certain types of files. See README/manpage
-v        - verbose mode. Use again to be more verbose
-d        - output in DFXML; -W FILE - write to FILE.
-j <num>  - use num threads (default 8)

md5deep

Compute and compare MD5 message digests

root@kali:~# md5deep -h
md5deep version 4.4 by Jesse Kornblum and Simson Garfinkel.
$ md5deep [OPTION]... [FILES]...
See the man page or README.txt file or use -hh for the full list of options
-p <size> - piecewise mode. Files are broken into blocks for hashing
-r        - recursive mode. All subdirectories are traversed
-e        - show estimated time remaining for each file
-s        - silent mode. Suppress all error messages
-z        - display file size before hash
-m <file> - enables matching mode. See README/man page
-x <file> - enables negative matching mode. See README/man page
-M and -X are the same as -m and -x but also print hashes of each file
-w        - displays which known file generated a match
-n        - displays known hashes that did not match any input files
-a and -A add a single hash to the positive or negative matching set
-b        - prints only the bare name of files; all path information is omitted
-l        - print relative paths for filenames
-t        - print GMT timestamp (ctime)
-i/I <size> - only process files smaller/larger than SIZE
-v        - display version number and exit
-d        - output in DFXML; -u - Escape Unicode; -W FILE - write to FILE.
-j <num>  - use num threads (default 8)
-Z - triage mode;   -h - help;   -hh - full help

sha1deep

Compute and compare SHA-1 message digests

root@kali:~# sha1deep -h
sha1deep version 4.4 by Jesse Kornblum and Simson Garfinkel.
$ sha1deep [OPTION]... [FILES]...
See the man page or README.txt file or use -hh for the full list of options
-p <size> - piecewise mode. Files are broken into blocks for hashing
-r        - recursive mode. All subdirectories are traversed
-e        - show estimated time remaining for each file
-s        - silent mode. Suppress all error messages
-z        - display file size before hash
-m <file> - enables matching mode. See README/man page
-x <file> - enables negative matching mode. See README/man page
-M and -X are the same as -m and -x but also print hashes of each file
-w        - displays which known file generated a match
-n        - displays known hashes that did not match any input files
-a and -A add a single hash to the positive or negative matching set
-b        - prints only the bare name of files; all path information is omitted
-l        - print relative paths for filenames
-t        - print GMT timestamp (ctime)
-i/I <size> - only process files smaller/larger than SIZE
-v        - display version number and exit
-d        - output in DFXML; -u - Escape Unicode; -W FILE - write to FILE.
-j <num>  - use num threads (default 8)
-Z - triage mode;   -h - help;   -hh - full help

sha256deep

Compute and compare SHA-256 message digests

root@kali:~# sha256deep -h
sha256deep version 4.4 by Jesse Kornblum and Simson Garfinkel.
$ sha256deep [OPTION]... [FILES]...
See the man page or README.txt file or use -hh for the full list of options
-p <size> - piecewise mode. Files are broken into blocks for hashing
-r        - recursive mode. All subdirectories are traversed
-e        - show estimated time remaining for each file
-s        - silent mode. Suppress all error messages
-z        - display file size before hash
-m <file> - enables matching mode. See README/man page
-x <file> - enables negative matching mode. See README/man page
-M and -X are the same as -m and -x but also print hashes of each file
-w        - displays which known file generated a match
-n        - displays known hashes that did not match any input files
-a and -A add a single hash to the positive or negative matching set
-b        - prints only the bare name of files; all path information is omitted
-l        - print relative paths for filenames
-t        - print GMT timestamp (ctime)
-i/I <size> - only process files smaller/larger than SIZE
-v        - display version number and exit
-d        - output in DFXML; -u - Escape Unicode; -W FILE - write to FILE.
-j <num>  - use num threads (default 8)
-Z - triage mode;   -h - help;   -hh - full help

tigerdeep

Compute and compare Tiger message digests

root@kali:~# tigerdeep -h
tigerdeep version 4.4 by Jesse Kornblum and Simson Garfinkel.
$ tigerdeep [OPTION]... [FILES]...
See the man page or README.txt file or use -hh for the full list of options
-p <size> - piecewise mode. Files are broken into blocks for hashing
-r        - recursive mode. All subdirectories are traversed
-e        - show estimated time remaining for each file
-s        - silent mode. Suppress all error messages
-z        - display file size before hash
-m <file> - enables matching mode. See README/man page
-x <file> - enables negative matching mode. See README/man page
-M and -X are the same as -m and -x but also print hashes of each file
-w        - displays which known file generated a match
-n        - displays known hashes that did not match any input files
-a and -A add a single hash to the positive or negative matching set
-b        - prints only the bare name of files; all path information is omitted
-l        - print relative paths for filenames
-t        - print GMT timestamp (ctime)
-i/I <size> - only process files smaller/larger than SIZE
-v        - display version number and exit
-d        - output in DFXML; -u - Escape Unicode; -W FILE - write to FILE.
-j <num>  - use num threads (default 8)
-Z - triage mode;   -h - help;   -hh - full help

whirlpooldeep

Compute and compare Whirlpool message digests

root@kali:~# whirlpooldeep -h
whirlpooldeep version 4.4 by Jesse Kornblum and Simson Garfinkel.
$ whirlpooldeep [OPTION]... [FILES]...
See the man page or README.txt file or use -hh for the full list of options
-p <size> - piecewise mode. Files are broken into blocks for hashing
-r        - recursive mode. All subdirectories are traversed
-e        - show estimated time remaining for each file
-s        - silent mode. Suppress all error messages
-z        - display file size before hash
-m <file> - enables matching mode. See README/man page
-x <file> - enables negative matching mode. See README/man page
-M and -X are the same as -m and -x but also print hashes of each file
-w        - displays which known file generated a match
-n        - displays known hashes that did not match any input files
-a and -A add a single hash to the positive or negative matching set
-b        - prints only the bare name of files; all path information is omitted
-l        - print relative paths for filenames
-t        - print GMT timestamp (ctime)
-i/I <size> - only process files smaller/larger than SIZE
-v        - display version number and exit
-d        - output in DFXML; -u - Escape Unicode; -W FILE - write to FILE.
-j <num>  - use num threads (default 8)
-Z - triage mode;   -h - help;   -hh - full help

Updated on: 2021-Nov-26