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Verifying binaries

When you download Zano app, you may want to verify its authenticity to make sure that you downloaded the correct one from the Hyle team repository. You can use the SHA256 hash in order to do so.

Windows

  1. Open a command prompt and navigate to Zano folder
  2. Create a SHA256 hash of the Zano.exe file with command
    certUtil -hashfile Zano.exe SHA256
    
  3. Compare your SHA256 hash with the one in the release notes release notes and make sure that they match

MacOS

  1. Open Terminal (in /Applications/Utilities/Terminal)
  2. Create a SHA256 hash of the Zano .dmg file with command
    shasum -a 256 zano-macos-x64-<XX version>.dmg
    
  3. Compare your SHA256 hash with the one in the release notes and make sure that they match

Linux

To follow these instructions you need the sha256sum package, which is included with most Linux distributions.

  1. Open Terminal
  2. Create a SHA256 hash of the Zano archive file
    sha256sum zano-linux-x64-v<XXX>.tar
    
  3. Compare your SHA256 hash with the one in the release notes and make sure that they match

Verifying binaries


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