Tool to identify a hash (hash fingerprint) automatically and recognize the algorithm(s) potentially used. Identifier/Analyzer for 350+ hashes online.
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Tag(s) : Modern Cryptography, Informatics
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A hash identifier is a tool that allows you to recognize the type of hash from a list of known hash functions. Given an unknown hash, the identifier determines which hash function was likely used to generate it.
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 the format of the final string allows to recognize what type of algorithm was used.
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.
Sometimes there are many other algorithms that have the same hash format, impossible to know which function was used without testing them all.
The identifier compares the unknown hash to hash patterns generated by different hash functions. Depending on the length of the hash and the alphanumeric format, it can deduce which function most likely matches.
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Hash Identifier on dCode.fr [online website], retrieved on 2023-12-06,