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The free "beta test" versions are now available. They have been in use for some months, and no significant problems have been found recently. MuMan runs on Windows 10 with .NET Framework 4.8 or later. You can either install the full MuMan suite which contains everything, or just the CD Ripper.

All MuMan applications have passed the Windows Application Certification tests in order to create the Microsoft '.msi' setup files. The '.msi' files contain many security features, and cannot be modified after they have been created.

If you use a beta version, some feedback would be nice via info@muman.ch, and we'll let you know when updates are available. Beta users who sent feedback will get a free upgrade when the official version is released.

 

"Windows protected your PC" warning

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Your browser may warn you that you are installing an "unsigned" application. This is sensible because the MuMan app is not yet signed with a "code signing certificate". Windows Defender SmartScreen will issue a "Windows protected your PC" warning. You can continue the installation by pressing "More Info" and then "Run anyway". To be sure the file has not been tampered with, you can check the SHA256 hash key, see below.

 

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Full MuMan Suite

By downloading this software, you accept that you have accepted the terms of the disclaimer.

This version is for Windows 10 64-bit with .NET framework version 4.8, or later versions.

SHA256 = 05140ec8562d339de8fbea0e50dcd89bbbf31e5877ab8ac2c2f8dd54ae158fa4

 

Stand-alone CD Ripper

If you only want to try out the CD Ripper, download and install 'SetupMuRip1.0.10beta.msi'.

By downloading this software, you accept that you have accepted the terms of the disclaimer.

This version is for Windows 10 64-bit with .NET framework version 4.8, or later versions.

SHA256 = 2eb7c54fed9e95ea578ee0384897a75faa42eafa7ffbd751a9c1c58f4a053e53

 

Optional: Validating the downloaded files before installation

For extra security, you can validate the .msi files yourself before you install them. You can compare the SHA256 hash of the downloaded setup file with the SHA256 values shown above. The hash value is created by a one-way function that takes the setup file as input and outputs a unique 256-bit code. It is not possible to modify the file (e.g. insert malicious code) in such a way that it will generate the same hash value (well, you could, but with current technology it might take several billion years).

To generate the hash from the file you downloaded, run "certutil.exe" from the Command Prompt as in the example below (for v1.0.9beta), then compare the results with the SHA256 values shown on the 'Downloads' page.

Syntax: >certutil -hashfile "filepath.msi" SHA256

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Tip: Instead of typing the full path, you can drag-and-drop the file into the Command Prompt window and it will insert the path as text. You will need "double-quotes" around the path if it contains spaces.