Saturday, January 10, 2009

Creating md5 and sha1 hashes using dcfldd

Have you ever been in a situation where you needed to calculate multiple hashes (md5 and sha1, for example) of a large drive image, but you didn't want to wait the long time it would take to do the following?
md5 image.dd
sha1 image.dd
dcfldd can calculate multiple hashes at the same time. All you have to do is set dcfldd's output to /dev/null like this:
dcfldd if=image.dd of=/dev/null hash=md5,sha1
512 blocks (16Mb) written.Total (md5): 95581c2eb1d0e18d4c9d0a08f06e1b28
Total (sha1): f80c5845df633e5ed586cf5006a746cc648abd9a

572+1 records in
572+1 records out

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