Netflix also, sensibly, requires checksum verification of content. A checksum can guarantee that the content hasn't been accidentally or maliciously changed during storage or transmission. For instance Netflix write that:
Checksums are incredibly valuable for detecting the slightest change in a file, which can occur at any point during transfer or storage. For example, if a movie file is corrupted during an upload from a hard drive to a server, the checksum of the copied file would differ from the checksum of the original movie file — even if a single bit is off. This comparison is referred to as checksum verification.
Netflix supports both MD5 and xxHash64BE checksums, and you'll be unsurprised to hear that the stronger of these, MD5, which is also cryptographic, is supported by MatrixStore at all levels of data storage and transmission.