Hash Analyzer

Enter a hash string to learn more about it:
Hash type:
Bit length:
Base:

Example Hash Inputs

5f4dcc3b5aa765d61d8327deb882cf99MD5
5baa61e4c9b93f3f0682250b6cf8331b7ee68fd8SHA1
5e884898da28047151d0e56f8dc6292773603d0d6aabbdd62a11ef721d1542d8SHA256
$2a$10$N9qo8uLOickgx2ZMRZoMyeIjZAgcfl7p92ldGxad68LJZdL17lhWyBCRYPT
$1$Pl3m5Y95$t3Nk4zEXTCXDP4Vs4cL0p0MD5-Crypt

Hash Formats

Hashes are usually use a hexadecimal or base64 charset. If a hash has dollar signs “$” in it, this is usually a delimiter between the salt and the hash. Example:
$1$Pl3m5Y95$t3Nk4zEXTCXDP4Vs4cL0p0
In this case Pl3m5Y95 is the salt and t3Nk4zEXTCXDP4Vs4cL0p0 is the hash.

About the Hash Analyzer

The aim of this tool is to help identify a hash type. The tool can look at the characters that make up the hash to possibly identify which type of hash it is and what it may be used for.

Hash types this tool can positively identify:

  • MD5
  • SHA1 (SHA128)
  • SHA2 (SHA256)
  • SHA512
  • MySQL
  • MD5 Wordpress
  • MD5 phpBB
  • BCRYPT
  • MD5-Crypt
  • Oracle
  • SHA-Crypt
  • PHPS
  • and more…

More Resources

There are more hash examples on the hashcat website located here:
https://hashcat.net/wiki/doku.php?id=example_hashes

If you need a bunch of sample hashes you can find a bunch at Kore Logic, click the “Download the password hash file bundle”.
http://contest-2012.korelogic.com/

Here is an article on how to crack hashes.