SHA-256 hashes of all files

With the provided SHA-256 hashes, the verification of the integrity of the downloaded files can be tested. Here is the list of the SHA-256 hashes of our new and depreciated files:

FilenameContentSHA-256 valueStatus
torbox040-20210410.zipTorBox menu0de24ea34447dc241862681c6803f2a737a9bbb240992a800ef98cf5f6a96364
torbox-20210410-v040.gzTorBox imaged7c9d9f78127c58958e96337c4eb7ca9c97a85a0b5cfe704361afbef093eac56
torbox032-20200824.zipTorBox menu577362278857ce246aa80ac89d505b35c3c8da5335817a298f7e2ac55e631eccdepreciate
torbox-20200824-v032.gzTorBox image43b0f563c98ec3ec9145b3c0cacbcc49e8e40ea160961570d506702ea05c115ddepreciate

How can I check the integrity of the downloaded files with the SHA-256 value?

Using the command line, there are several ways to check the integrity of the downloaded files. The simplest way is to generate the SHA-256 value of the downloaded file on your computer and to compare the generated value with the value above. These two values have to match; otherwise, the file is altered or corrupted. Here are the most common commands to generate SHA-256 values:

Operating systemCommand
macOSshasum -a 256 ~/Downloads/some-file.zip
Windows (cmd.exe)bash CertUtil -hashfile ~/Downloads/some-file.zip SHA256
Windows (Powershell)powershell Get-FileHash -Path ~/Downloads/some-file.zip -Algorithm SHA256
Linuxsha256sum ~/Downloads/some-file.zip

If you prefer a graphical user interface, QuickHash offers a convenient way to create and check the hash values, and is available for macOS, Windows and Linux.