Free calculator to compute multiple hashes, checksums and HMACs for files, text and hex strings. It allows to calculate hash (message digest), checksum and HMAC values based on the most popular algorithms: MD2, MD4, MD5, SHA1, SHA2 (SHA256, SHA384, SHA512), RIPEMD160, PANAMA, TIGER, CRC32, ADLER32, and the hash used in eDonkey (eDonkey2000,ed2k) and eMule tools. It supports 3 input data formats: file, text string and hexadecimal string. It is a very fast, easy to use and to install application. It works with large size files, supports file drag-and-drop functionality. HashCalc generates hash, check sum, and HMAC for files of any type which makes it a valuable utility to test for corruption your FTP and other download/upload transfers. With this tool you can quickly compare music, audio, sound, video, film, game, image, icon, document and other files, verify CD and hard drive files, perform checking of your .mp3, .mpeg, .mpg, .avi, .vcd, .iso, .zip, .gif, .jpg, .doc and other downloads.
Pick a color from the screen or from a palette and this handy little utility displays the html hex code and the RGB
values for that color. Use the hotkeys to send it to the clipboard. Fine tune the color using the sliding controls. Also
shows a color sample. Great for programmers or graphic and web designers.
ScreenDiscoverer is an effective tool for capturing images, zooming, snapshoting and choosing a color from wherever you want and displaying the color info in HTML, HEX, RGB, HSV and CMYK formats. Users can define their own entirely customizable hot keys combinations. There is an ability to save captured objects to clipboard as well as to an image file in different formats (.bmp, .gif, .jpg, .png, .tif) and send images to printer and to E-mail.
Tychicus allows you to hide secret messages inside image files without visibly changing the image. Before the messages are encoded into the image, they are encrypted using the popular xICE encryption algorithm. This method of securing messages avoids the suspicion caused by clearly encrypted email messages full of obscure characters, or long text strings of hexadecimal. Instead a picture of the sunset will provide the cover for your secret dialog. The simple drag/drop interface makes the whole process smooth and easy. Forget about complicated encryption programs made for computer gurus; get this equally powerful alternative for the average Joe.
Magellan Explorer makes it fun and easy to manage and organize your files. Use the built-in high-speed FTP client to update your web site, work directly with popular archive formats, and view pictures. All within a single, easy-to-use, attractive package.
Whether you prefer the dual window layout of Norton Commander or are more familiar with Windows Explorer, you will feel right at home as Magellan Explorer can be customized to fit your needs. Even the way you select files and folders can be customized to be just the way you want it.
Magellan Explorer comes with an integrated archiver client supporting popular archive formats including ZIP, ACE and RAR as well as common UNIX formats. It sports a flexible multi threaded FTP client capable of background downloads. Thereís an easy to use image viewer with support for more than 10 popular image formats including JPEG, GIF and PNG. The image viewer also includes slide show capabilities and you can zoom and rotate your images.
1942: Campaign for Malaya recreates the Japanese conquest of Malaya in early 1942, successfully concluded by the fall of Singapore.
1942: Campaign for Malaya is a turn based wargame. It uses classic rules like hexes, ZOC's, combat odds, supply, multi-steps units, reinforcements, air support, naval movement, amphibious assaults, fog of war, rail movement, etc. It is played on a map of 22x28 hexs, with an average of 40 units. There is one full campaign scenario that lasts for up to 21 turns. One player will control the Japanese army, the other plays the allied forces (British, Australian, Indian, and Malay troops).
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