How it works?
MD5 is a 128-bit encryption algorithm, generating a hexadecimal hash of 32 characters, regardless of the size of the input word. This algorithm is not reversible, it is normally impossible to find the original word from the md5. Our tool uses a huge database in order to have the best chance of finding the original word. Just enter the md5 to test in the form above to try to decrypt it!
What does MD5 mean?
MD5 is the abbreviation of 'Message-Digest algorithm 5'. The MD5 algorithm is used as an encryption or fingerprint function for a file. Often used to encrypt database passwords, MD5 is also able to generate a file thumbprint to ensure that a file is identical after a transfer for example. An MD5 hash is composed of 32 hexadecimal characters. Enter a word in the MD5 encryption form above to know the corresponding MD5 hash