What is a checksum and how it used for NagishLi

What is a Checksum?

There are various methods to encrypt and protect files, as well as checking their integrity and validity. Using Checksum allows to create some sort of unique "stamp" to specific file content and make sure the file condition is good and safe to use. In other words - every file has a different checksum and this is how you can tell if the file has been modified or not.

Why NagishLi is released with Checksum?

NagishLi is free to download and use (depends on the license). NagishLi became quite popular, and as a part of the efforts to provide a better product and safer to use and distribute, it has been decided to release every version with its calculated checksum.

How can I verify the checksum of a file?

Drag and drop the file you want to check on the dotted box, or click on the box to browse and select the file from your device. Notice: You must use an up-to-date browser.

Drag and drop here the file you want to check, or click to browse and choose it from your device.

The checksum of the file '' is:

NagishLi's Checksums

  • NagishLi v2.3
    SHA-256: 23695E857D2D0FC85B4EACA2541EDD90697785ECB35E92FD3B4F517BD5BB6EDA

    SHA-256: D01A65146509B88E3D7ECA9501B75D8572BB3FDD5BDE6C9BB909D0B3BCA2858A

  • NagishLi v2.2.2
    SHA-256: 2E94CFD1CD3C235B0F7CDC7E150338B3BFFF954CD8522ACD2B4BB602392E8248

    SHA-256: 05B1258D2CFBD1FD32873CC0454B10FF1006D45AE7BC5776B2979F7F660E8EDD