A tool for creating an MD5 hash from a string. Use this fast, free tool to create an MD5 hash from a string.
An MD5 hash is created by taking a string of an any length and encoding it into a 128-bit fingerprint. Encoding the same string using the MD5 algorithm will always result in the same 128-bit hash output. MD5 hashes are commonly used with smaller strings when storing passwords, credit card numbers or other sensitive data in databases such as the popular MySQL. This tool provides a quick and easy way to encode an MD5 hash from a simple string of up to 256 characters in length. MD5 hashes are also used to ensure the data integrity of files. Because the MD5 hash algorithm always produces the same output for the same given input, users can compare a hash of the source file with a newly created hash of the destination file to check that it is intact and unmodified. An MD5 hash is NOT encryption. It is simply a fingerprint of the given input. However, it is a one-way transaction and as such it is almost impossible to reverse engineer an MD5 hash to retrieve the original string. md5 decrypt convert text to md5 php md5 decrypt php md5 encrypt how to convert md5 hash to plain text md5 hash example This online tool allows you to generate the MD5 hash of any string. The MD5 hash can not be decrypted if the text you entered is complicated enough On this section you can also create a new md5 hash base on any text or just apply another algorithm to generate hashes like sha1 or crypt