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Posted 01 March 2016 - 07:38 PM

Https Finder 0.1 Testing:
A bash script set for checking the officially recognized 3rd-party Ubuntu mirrors to see if HTTPS is offered by any for a specific release. Inspired by this posting ( http://askubuntu.com/questions/740610/is-there-any-way-to-verify-a-ubuntu-iso-or-hashsum ).

Download Links:


Checksums:
-SHA-512:5266dac962e4788cb3965471339b167d51b144675deb8ac810fd5d8589ff65ccc77d3f091d23f8afe8e5c2b98d8c06141db8f989bd3780d6faeaaa216d32cda2
-SHA-256:d6d50d8f080c735c3d0f55e0dc9c0c4202ad7c3ca6acb85f516a742edf86e983
-SHA-1:367ae05401ac4a39e0acfcc5ed6cbed6ad628d68
-MD6-512:c62eabb04bde57cac940dc994c2fe1238eaefeb121ea2b83bae3d6ed1c699106d8e5906e3e59d21d98825e93778425c9600585b5cea799455fb4ee7f5ed1b3ed
-MD6-256:2f8f706000eb21ef5c2b4e766c00259c15095e4249bd0a40f3f42996f0c9c2b3
-MD5:91196140ac5467796b7b90c21b1b94a4
-CRC32:386cead8
-ADLER32:c0f7f88a
 
EDIT: Added more checksums, and an alternative download link.

Edited by Al1000, 03 September 2016 - 12:21 AM.
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Posted 02 March 2016 - 12:11 AM

Typical of anything connected with Mr Dotcom

 

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Posted 02 March 2016 - 12:55 AM

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Working fine for me presently. Not sure if Mega likes me, or dislikes you. I've added an alternative link to original post.



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Posted 02 March 2016 - 01:14 AM

Got it.


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Posted 02 March 2016 - 06:05 AM

Nice tool! :thumbup2:

 

One can also install 'HTTPS Everywhere' in their browsers & it'll seek HTTPS sites where possible. Raw got me on the extension, which is for security. 

 

https://www.eff.org/https-everywhere

 

I'm hopeful that this is in line with the Topic, being that HTTPS is the issue at hand. :)

 

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Posted 22 April 2016 - 02:42 PM

Https Finder 0.2 Testing:
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I needed to generate a list for Ubuntu 16.04 yesterday, and discovered that Https Finder was no longer working correctly. Canonical must have changed something. I decided to create an updated release of Https Finder so I could generate a list. I ended up getting a bit carried away, adding several new features, as well as a non-interactive interface.

Description:
An open-source bash script set for GNU/Linux that checks to see which official 3rd-party mirrors offer a specified Ubuntu ISO release over HTTPS. Please keep in mind that it only checks for HTTPS, it assumes but doesn't check that the files are present!

Changes:
- Old version no longer working properly, and would generate malformed lists. This version has been updated to work with the latests lists (tested agains Ubuntu 16.04).
- Updated interfaces to have both interactive and non-interactive modes.
- Add support for more types of items in the list instead of just SHA256SUM and ISO, also the ability to choose which items. By default all will be outputted!
- Wget output no longer displayed.
- Added support for displaying progress. The default is yes, but you can turn it off.

Download Links:

https://mega.nz/#!5xpjVIiJ!0JNXtrSs0jeUVPvO1oVb17cKKa1jP5DVEIMwuT-TIq4

Checksums:
-MD5:7a0a914bc585a4f314e819ab02973eb9
-SHA-1:73d3e9662c4cb63acd24d94ccfa99564a2efb996
-SHA-256:db5338db22c3c26edee5b09799b4f3002fb53b76a894ab1bcd849739addbdcf4
-CRC32:cb69f686
-SHA-512:9baff3bdc124644e6bfbf2a63ee6ea45b418a7e6f02504311923b5da0d7c4ae5b308dd5c7695e64d6742f968e362a0cf6aba3042d1dee064faa1290e53115a5c
-MD6-256:266b51d889715a51f103397a160d8bc1fc9dde0df9ddc48684e5f2caa65d724b
-MD6-512:65b0edefb1cdebd046b56183e2c8f3380d2548c961a68fc4e70289954a5a52787a73392694ea6f2abd3c79f74c4011b6691996942f29097e2f5bdade7bb66607

Edited by Al1000, 10 September 2016 - 02:07 PM.
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