To check that a downloaded file is correct you can verify the md5 hash value. On our downloads server the MD5 hash is listed next to the file.

Using Maple as an example:

File name                            Size          MD5 Hash
Maple2016.0MacInstaller.dmg          967.92 MB     e559ba86361498cf5b6451ece9c1feff     957.57 MB     8a74d1be80e3ba130055bdf90ed49e74
Maple2016.0WindowsX64Installer.exe   1.01   GB     4c0c14203ce2bf1f20698739878082c4

To verify on various Operating Systems:



$ md5 Maple2016.0MacInstaller.dmg
MD5 (Maple2016.0MacInstaller.dmg) = e559ba86361498cf5b6451ece9c1feff


$ md5sum

Windows ( 7 and newer)

C:\> certutil -hashfile Maple2016.0WindowsX64Installer.exe MD5
MD5 hash of file Maple2016.0WindowsX64Installer.exe:
4c 0c 14 20 3c e2 bf 1f 20 69 87 39 87 80 82 c4
CertUtil: -hashfile command completed successfully.


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