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Svante
Keymaster

Hello Marco,

Please! Send a link to where you downloaded the file, and also send the actual file to support@axcrypt.net . We cannot investigate this unless we can see what you see.

Also, it’s not easy to know exactly what you’ve downloaded since we don’t know where or what, but the correct hashes of ‘AxCrypt-2.1.1489.0-Setup.exe’ is:

MD5: ca117875db4cd0c011132c782957f248
SHA1: 9f8a0688008c0969d1edb639af81e3205458d692
SHA256: 8c6856038c15ff231e66521fc4cef210226083b6b134de64e36b31f149b22b48

The correct hashes for ‘AxCrypt-1.7.3180.0-Setup.exe’ is indeed as you report Marco (but we’re really more interested in getting a sample of a ‘bad’ file than a ‘good’ file):

MD5: 3156d97c3fcce2e2edaa3468755be806
SHA1: a9fac97c1ed306690abfb90b03331482c82c91ae
SHA256: 6a075e415a3c98e835997d0896aab2da5ba0565bd2bf4a6a7a05afdd8c25870a

So, folks, can anyone with a file not matching the above – especially a AxCrypt-2.1.1489-Setup.exe with a digital signature timestamp that is in January 2017, please provide us with a sample and/or a URL where the file was downloaded from?