In this tutorial we will learn to find checksum of a downloaded file in Mac using the terminal.

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Download the file and get the checksum from the website. Next, depending on the checksum type apply the following checksums.

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MD5 checksum

In order to find the MD5 checksum value of a file using the following command in the terminal.

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Using OpenSSL to check MD5

Use the following command to get the MD5 checksum using openssl command.

SHA1 checksum

To find the SHA1 checksum value use the following command in the terminal.

Example:

Command

Using OpenSSL to check SHA1

Use the following command to get the SHA1 checksum using openssl command.

SHA256 checksum

To find the SHA256 checksum use the following command in the terminal.

Example:

Using OpenSSL to check SHA256

Use the following command to get the SHA256 checksum using openssl command in the terminal.

SHA512 checksum

To find the SHA512 checksum use the following command.

Example:

Using OpenSSL to check SHA512

Use the following command to get the SHA512 checksum using openssl command in the terminal.

Example

In this following example I have downloaded WebStrom-2017.1.3.dmg file.

The website from where you download the file will provide you the checksum. In this case the website provided a SHA256 checksum given below.

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The downloaded file is in the Downloads directory so I will move to that directory.

Now type the following command in the terminal to get the SHA256 checksum.

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