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Floke Integrity

By Jon Wickmann
Created on Thursday the 14th of September 2000
Last modified on Thursday the 25th of August 2011

Floke Integrity was a security application meant to maintain file integrity. Floke would use mathematically strong message- digest/hash algorithms (SHA-1, RIPEMD-160 or MD5) to make "fingerprints" of files. These "fingerprints" could be checked against to verify if files were damaged or tampered with.

Platform: Win32 (That is Windows 95/98/ME/2K etc.).

Floke has been discontinued, please consider the Cygwin port of AIDE as an replacement.

Last release

Floke (v. 0.02) was mainly distributed through Simtel.Net. Recent developments in the way Simtel.Net handles downloads, have resulted in confusion and dead download links. However Floke is still carried by Simtel.Net, and can be found at:

The archive size is 822011 bytes.

Last beta release

The last beta version was 0.03b3: [387kb]
and the source from: [416kb]
OpenPGP signature.
Download a guide in PDF format. (old)

Document history:
Created on Thursday the 14th of September 2000
Friday the 28th of September 2001
Friday the 28th of December 2001
Thursday the 1st of August 2002
Monday the 5th of August 2002
Wednesday the 15th of January 2003
Thursday the 25th of August 2011

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