Database contains : 10,344,040 unique hash
Database contains : 1,724,006 unique md5 hash | 11584 hashes in queue
Database contains : 1,724,006 unique sha1 hash | 5707 hashes in queue
Database contains : 1,724,007 unique sha224 hash | 39 hashes in queue
Database contains : 1,724,007 unique sha256 hash | 1243 hashes in queue
Database contains : 1,724,007 unique sha384 hash | 25 hashes in queue
Database contains : 1,724,007 unique sha512 hash | 373 hashes in queue
This website was conceived to build a database which contains correspondence between a hash and its plain text.
Many previous projects have chosen to concentrate on the MD5 cryptographic hash function.
Has MD5 become obsolete? We think so, and SHA-1 will too.
A database table, which contains three fields, is associated for each encoding type :
According to research type choice, we search the corresponding database table
and if we find a hash in the database, we return the associated plaintext, etc.
If the entered hash isn't present in the base, the application keeps it in memory in a text file. Using rainbows tables, it will perhaps be found and put in the base. Please keep an eye on this site, we’ll have the answer one day….
If you enter a word that isn't known in the base, then we calculate the corresponding hash for each encoding type, and these hashes should expand the knowledge database ;)
The more people use this tool, the more relevant the database will be..
Option [all], if you want the plaintext for unknow hash types.
In this case, we detect hash type and do specific search on appropriate table.
Option [word], gives you corresponding hashes for your entered word, and if this word
isn't in the base, we generate hashes and put them in.
Other options are for relevant searches by hash type. Check radio button 'md5', if you want to find plaintext associated with an md5 hash.
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