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SG Hash Generator

About the SG Hash Generator
The SG online hash generator helps encrypt sensitive data by calculating crypto hashes of your input string using many popular hash algorithms, including md4, md5, sha1, sha256, sha512, crc32, whirpool, haval, etc.

To use, simply enter your "string to hash" - the hashes will be generated and displayed in the text area below, one hashing algorithm per line as follows:

hashname(hash length): xxxx (where "xxxx" is the actual hash)

SG Hash Generator
String to hash:

algorithm(length): hash

The input string assumes UTF-8 encoding and strings of up to 512 characters length. Different encoding may produce different results.
You can use CTRL+C to copy highlighted text, and CTRL+V to paste it.
Even though hashes may be used as one-way encryption algorithms, using simple dictionary words for passwords can still be easily cracked.
When storing password hashes, it is a good idea to prefix a salt to the password before hashing, to avoid the same passwords to hash to the same values and the use of rainbow tables for password recovery.
We value and protect your privacy, using this tool is completely anonymous and not being logged in any way.

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