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Tool to identify a hash (hash fingerprint) automatically and recognize the algorithm(s) potentially used.

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Hash Identifier

Hash Identifier


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What is a Hash identifier? (Definition)

There are hundreds of hashing algorithms, the majority return a hash as a number, usually stored in hexadecimal format. But the length of this number, some additional characters or simply the format of the final string allows to recognize what type of algorithm was used.

How to use the Hash identifier?

Indicate the character string that serves as a fingerprint. Take care not to add unnecessary elements, such as a space or a stop at the end, as these irrelevant characters could confuse the detector.

Example: e9837d47b610ee29399831f917791a44 is a hash of the MD5 algorithm (32 hexadecimal characters)

Sometimes there are many other algorithms that have the same hash format, impossible to know which one was used without testing them all.

How to decrypt the Hash once identified?

By their nature, hashes cannot be decoded/hashed (this is one-way encryption). However, dCode offers tools for the most used hash types, which use dictionaries of hashes (rainbow tables) generated from the most common passwords.

See the dedicated pages: MD5, SHA-1, SHA256, etc.

How to does the hash identifier works?

The identifier uses a database of over 400 hash algorithm formats called Haiti. This database was developed by Orange Cyberdefense here (link) (MIT License) and maintained by noraj.

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