Is HashCheck Shell Extension down? NO

HashCheck Shell Extension status: Up

Last check: about 21 hours ago

HashCheck Shell Extension Status Details

HashCheck Shell Extension
#OS & Utilities #Data Integrity #Command Line Tools
This is the unofficial HashCheck Shell Extension status page.
HashCheck Shell Extension's website is at github.com .
There are no reported issues during the last 24h.
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