MD5 checksums for the current release of WaveMaker Studio are posted on the releases page.

The MD5 checksums or message digests provide a way for you to confirm the integrity of files you download. The MD5 algorithm takes a file as input and produces as output a message digest of the input which is a highly unique fingerprint. To confirm file integrity, use an MD5 utility on your computer to calculate your own MD5 message digest for files downloaded. If your calculated MD5 message digest matches the message digest we provide, you are assured that the file was downloaded intact.

MD5 utilities are available for Windows and Linux and Mac. Most Linux installations provide an md5sum command for calculating MD5 message digests.

An MD5 utility for Windows can be downloaded at www.fourmilab.ch/md5/.

Instructions on checking an MD5 checksum on a Mac:

  1. In Finder, browse to /Applications/Utilities
  2. Double-click on the Terminal icon. A Terminal window will appear.
  3. In the Terminal window, type: "md5 " (md5 followed by a space).
  4. Drag the downloaded file from the Finder into the Terminal window.
More info on using MD5 checksums from OpenOffice.org

Some of above information is courtesy of VMWare


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