DataHealthCheck is described as 'portable app to check your files for corruption or display their md5/sha1 hash. It is faster than other apps because it checks for corrupted files and update hashes of changed files in one pass'. There are more than 25 alternatives to DataHealthCheck for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Linux, BSD, Mac and PortableApps.com. The best alternative is HashCheck Shell Extension, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like DataHealthCheck are Hashtab (Free Personal), OpenHashTab (Free, Open Source), GtkHash (Free, Open Source) and RapidCRC Unicode (Free, Open Source).
HashTab provides OS extensions to calculate file hashes. HashTab supports many hash algorithms such as MD5, SHA1, SHA2, RipeMD, HAVAL and Whirlpool. Hashtab is supported as a Windows shell extension and a Mac Finder plugin.
Features: Support for 22 algorithms, see Algorithms High performance hash calculation Native Windows looks High DPI screen support Long path support* Multilingual (Consider contributing to translation!
Currently supported hash functions include CRC32, ADLER32, GOST, MD2, MD4, MD5, MD6, SHA1, SHA2, SHA3, RIPEMD, HAVAL, TIGER, WHIRLPOOL and BLAKE2. - Support for verifying checksum files from sfv, sha256sum, etc.
RHash (Recursive Hasher) is a console utility for computing and verifying hash sums of files. It supports CRC32, MD4, MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA512, Tiger, DC++ TTH, BitTorrent BTIH, ED2K, AICH, GOST R 34.