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Cannot open an encrypted file on OS X

I cannot decrypt files on OS X (10.6.8 and 10.8.2) which I have encrypted on Ubuntu (10.04) using ccrypt. As a similar problem, I have a password file created with KeePassX. I just cannot open it on ...
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Tool to maintain/keep track of filesystem content integrity?

I'm looking for a tool to maintain the integrity of a filesystem and it's contents using checksums. Effectively storing a list of checksums/filename pairs somewhere on the filesystem in a way that can ...
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How can I locate the header + object file of cksum in Mac OS X

I'm trying to locate the header + object file of cksum in Mac OS X, but with no lack. Any suggestions?
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How can I copy files to an external drive and verify their integrity in OS X?

I'm moving large amounts of data from one external drive to another larger one. The files are important and the smaller drives need to be cleared and reused (HD camera). Is there some utility for ...
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Looking for OS X utility to verify/validate copied files/directories - checksum / SFV / MD5

Looking for the best way to easily validate the integrity of files/folder in OS X when copied from one location to another. I've downloaded SuperSFV but it appears to be very slow. Also new to the ...
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On Mac, after downloading a file, how to you do a checksum?

I want to do a checksum on a file I downloaded on my Mac. How can I do this?
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What is the best way to make Calculate SHA1 as a context menu option in Mac OS X?

In order to calculate the SHA1 checksum of a downloaded file, I could type /usr/bin/openssl sha1 in Terminal and then drag there the file which I want check. To make it simpler, one could enable a ...