Getting the MD5 or SHA1 of a file?

If you are running the latest version of windows you can use the new Cmdlet Get-FileHash. For all others Microsoft has a tool called Microsoft File Checksum Integrity Verifier or FCIV for short.

The cmdlet supports the following hashes.. SHA1,SHA256,SHA384,SHA512,MACTripleDES,MD5,RIPEMD160
The FCIV supports SHA1 and MD5.

Examples:

 

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