TCR1 Firmware checksum list

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Summary[edit | edit source]

A checksum is a sequence of hexadecimal symbols generated after running an algorithm called a cryptographic hash function on a file. Calculating a checksum and comparing it with the one provided by the file source can be used as a file authenticity check method.

For example, if you download a file like a firmware image, you should be able to calculate that file's checksum and, if the file is authentic, the checksum should match the one provided by the file's source. If the checksums don't match, it means the file's contents were tampered with, for example, by a malicious third party attacker. This file is probably dangerous and shouldn't be trusted.

Checksum list[edit | edit source]

Firmware file checksums are listed by firmware release date, from newest to oldest (top to bottom).

FW version MD5 checksum SHA256 checksum
TCR1_R_00.07.02 87d378ab20e3a4c65bdcd9d5e04fbc8a 3460df35d2917c91a329c790ab495a702c1f2e73697ee506a3731d182f2d4556
TCR1_R_00.07.01.4 71cb92854324e54eea69097090c366e3 da63de1575ee80d0ecbc424326b87c121ef835bc6e63e935d0337233c5d44cfe
TCR1_R_00.07.01.2 56a76744480ea45618d3dbe52333f1a0 4abbc83414a1521560adb6ef049a3ba444d1653c1914aa386c1f7cf7ce981e3c
TCR1_R_00.07.01 7123be214b8292326f838e8b802b60b7 a2399b3be13ac65f72ad4ac326cce2f75aa25a4854d3270709aadbf08bad302c