Top 20 NuGet crc Packages
Fast version of Crc32 & Crc32C algorithms for .NET and .NET Core. It is up to 3x-5x times better than other "fast" implemenations. Code based on Crc32C.NET library.
Hardware-accelerated CRC-32C (Castagnoli) with super fast software fallback for .NET projects. Don't confuse with ordinary CRC-32. Automatically selects 32-bit or 64-bit embedded native library for maximum performance.
A fast, allocation-free implementation for making a running CRC32 calculation on a stream of incoming data slices.
(Unofficial) Signed Crc32C.NET Library. The containing assembly was generated by signing the officially published Crc32C.NET.dll. Hardware-accelerated CRC-32C (Castagnoli) with super fast software fallback for .NET projects. Don't confuse with ordinary CRC-32. Automatically selects 32-bit or 64-...
zlib pinvoke library for .NET. The library provides the fast native implementation of DeflateStream, ZLibStream, GZipStream. It also supports fast calculation of CRC32 and Adler32 checksum. Supports Windows, Linux and macOS.
XZ Utils (liblzma) pinvoke library for .NET. The library provides the fast native implementation of XZStream. It also supports fast calculation of CRC32 and CRC64 checksum. Supports Windows, Linux and macOS.
This library contains extracts of our encryption and hashing routines for customer projects.
A flexible CRC implementation supporting most major algorithms. Also includes ability to support custom implementations.
Generic CRC-16 and CRC-32 implementations, along with definitions for algorithms in common use.
Data.HashFunction implementation of the cyclic redundancy check (CRC) error-detecting code (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyclic_redundancy_check). Implementation is generalized to encompass all possible CRC parameters from 1 to 64 bits.
ADN.Security is a cross-platform open-source library which provides security functions to .NET developers
Builds MD5 has for a combination of built-in .NET types. Add this package to your core library, so it would get the source code of this module without installing a binary dependency. Then proceed with using corresponding functionality from Atom.Util namespace, like if it was installed using binary ...