function md5()

Online generator md5 hash of multiple strings


Result 1 (source lines and hashes)


Result 2 (only hashes)


Lorem ipsum
dolor sit amet
consectetur adipiscing elit
sed do eiusmod tempor
incididunt ut labore
et dolore magna aliqua
Result 1 (source lines and hashes)
Lorem ipsum ---> 0956d2fbd5d5c29844a4d21ed2f76e0c
dolor sit amet ---> 7afed6210e0b8fce023f06abd4490fa0
consectetur adipiscing elit ---> d1c17fb5281dee5c679ee6e6d6f4b9a2
sed do eiusmod tempor ---> c5518193f7d7caa2a4d0f6bd705af262
incididunt ut labore ---> e40ac7fdf7ae018c90f68225319c1885
et dolore magna aliqua ---> 0198eb7a669b12069a5ee52b0ecdeafb
Result 2 (only hashes)

What is MD5?

MD5 is a kind of calculation that is known as a cryptographic hash algorithm. MD5 produces a hash result in a hexadecimal arrangement. This rivals different plans where hash capacities take in a specific bit of information, and change it to give a key or esteem that can be utilized instead of the first esteem.

With the improvement of different hash calculations, specialists have noticed that engineers found MD5 to have genuine shortcomings as far as not being "collision resistant". A collision happens when two hash values are observed to be comparable or the equivalent. To work accurately, every individual hash esteem must be extraordinary. Since this usefulness is required for famous confirmation conventions like Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), MD5 has frequently been supplanted with different sorts of hash calculations.

Security specialists and others know about extensive arrangements of hash calculations with various properties. MD5 and different sorts of hash calculations are frequently alluded to as "message process" functions.The thought here is that a hash "processes" a unique esteem and yields a substitution esteem that is altogether not the same as the first. Hashes have a few primary uses in security and database proficiency, identified with the utilization of substitution values in searches and in information stockpiling.