Version 3.0.4
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Create Date 16/01/2019
Last Updated 08/09/2019

This version has been replaced by v3.1.0

This is the new version of QuickHash-GUI v3.0.4 for Apple Mac OSX. It is not the code-signed copy. If you want the code signed copy (by Digicert certificate) choose the Buy Now button For OSX in the downloads page.

It includes the user manual and an .app file. Download the zip file (SHA-1 = 91bb7fc9445cde0161933c7221e8e3e31f2161a9), extract the contents, copy the app file to your Applications folder ideally (if you have permission) or your Desktop folder otherwise. Then check the hashes using openssl and the SHA1 digest as follows:

At the terminal :

openssl sha1 /Applications/

Should return :

SHA1( 02b40ac8bc091d11025573b1f70b9e29a8d25828  (edit the path accordingly to wherever you have the extract copied to)

Then ensure you grant executable permissions to the binary file

> chmod +x /Applications/

You may then be able to launch it just by doublers clicking it. Or you may have to tweak security settings first. Holding down the Command key sometimes enables it to load but if not, in the security options of your Mac, you may need to allow execution of the program with it being downloaded from the Internet and not via the App Store.  So to avoid there message below, go to 'Security & Privacy' in OSX settings and click 'Open anyway' and then 'Open' if you see this :

OSX warning about unsafe version

Override security warning in OSX

As of OSX High Sierra, you will get warnings that the program is not a 64-bit program because Apple are forcing all developers to only make 64-bit programs. I am unable to do that on OSX at the moment, so if it does not work for you, sorry.

Report bugs HERE

If you value the project, please consider donating HERE. The web hosting fees for this site are about £25 per month (hosting, load balancer, SSL certificate, routing, monitoring, health checks etc), and the code signing certificate costs about £220 a year (going up to £500 in Feb 19!!!), and the Sendowl platform costs $9 per month, so about £600 a year currently!!