Solved - Verify pfsense-2.3.5

  • Guyzz

    I have an old AMD Geode dual-lan board , that i'd like to put pfSense-2.3.5 on , just for fun use.

    I can't seem to find a 2.3.5 download on Netgates site , so i found the packages here

    Both packages (ISO & memstick) matched the downloaded sha256 files , but:

    As both the package & the sha-256 sum files , comes from an unverified site.
    I was wondering if anyone , with officially downloaded packages could verify my calculated sha256sums.

    ******* 2.5.3 Memstick i386

    pfsense-2.3.5$ sha256sum pfSense-CE-memstick-2.3.5-RELEASE-i386.img.gz
    c8178dcff1a5ed9569af626578d154a3349b555956959b0cecc5e6285d21bf89 pfSense-CE-memstick-2.3.5-RELEASE-i386.img.gz

    pfsense-2.3.5$ cat pfSense-CE-memstick-2.3.5-RELEASE-i386.img.gz.sha256
    SHA256 (pfSense-CE-memstick-2.3.5-RELEASE-i386.img.gz) = c8178dcff1a5ed9569af626578d154a3349b555956959b0cecc5e6285d21bf89

    ******* 2.3.5 ISO i386

    pfsense-2.3.5$ sha256sum pfSense-CE-2.3.5-RELEASE-i386.iso.gz
    df7cbe151a887d1b444e2766449f7c76eb5117c303a4a737da8fa044c7fd683d pfSense-CE-2.3.5-RELEASE-i386.iso.gz

    pfsense-2.3.5$ cat pfSense-CE-2.3.5-RELEASE-i386.iso.gz.sha256
    SHA256 (pfSense-CE-2.3.5-RELEASE-i386.iso.gz) = df7cbe151a887d1b444e2766449f7c76eb5117c303a4a737da8fa044c7fd683d


  • LAYER 8 Global Moderator

    CRC32: A4ED4D64
    MD5: AA2A7F083F8A0BF58F7E32C17AC8C238
    SHA-1: 53FE7360E322BA8C998C29E3590EEAFF543F84FB
    SHA-256: DF7CBE151A887D1B444E2766449F7C76EB5117C303A4A737DA8FA044C7FD683D

    CRC32: 795A773C
    MD5: 2CB6C11559D54BC96858898EE4FC7E86
    SHA-1: FCBB9836B01C585E64471C7E9B68A20C9B24911A
    SHA-256: C8178DCFF1A5ED9569AF626578D154A3349B555956959B0CECC5E6285D21BF89

    Is what I have for my backup files.

    But to be honest that site shouldn't be hosting those files to public...

  • Thanx John

    They matches my downloads
    All seems ok then


  • LAYER 8 Global Moderator

    That version is EOL and should not be used in any sort of live environment... If you want to play with it in some sort of lab.

  • It's strictly for a lab environment , on an inside segment.


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