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Downloading Brandsonic Web safely

As I have stated before, you should always download Brandsonic Web from the Brandsonic Apps site, or Download.com. There are a few reasons for this. Downloading from the Brandsonic Apps site or Download.com ensures that you always get the latest version of Brandsonic Web. More importantly, it ensures that you get a file that is not tampered with. I now provide the md5, SHA-1 and SHA-256 hashes for Brandsonic Web for Mac downloads. You will find them on the Brandsonic Web for Mac download page. You can use these hashes to verify your Brandsonic Web download to make sure the file was not tampered with or modified. This should always be done, especially if you must download Brandsonic Web from another source that's not the Brandsonic Apps site or Download.com.

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