About Hash Toolkit

Reverse Hashes

Hash Toolkit allows you to input an hash and search for its decrypted state in our database, basically, it's a hash decryption tool. Using Hash Toolkit you can decrypt MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA384 SHA512 and many hashes. The list of supported algorithms is extended regularly.

Generate Hashes

Hash Toolkit allows you to input an hash and search for its decrypted state in our database, basically, it's a hash decryption tool. Using Hash Toolkit you can decrypt MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA384 SHA512 and many hashes. The list of supported algorithms is extended regularly.

FAQ

What is this site good for?
If you have a hash and need the plain, decrypted text for it, Hash Toolkit can help. You also can generate hashes using different algorithms. Hashes are used for many applications like security, authentication and others.

How many decryptions are in your database?
We have a total of just over 180 million unique decrypted hashes.

Where do the hashes come from?
Every time a user of Hash Toolkit generates a hash, the hash is also stored for later reverse/decryption.

I have a hash that is not in your database, can you reverse it for me?
No, only what's in the database can be reversed.

I can not find the text for the hash I am looking for, what now?
Just wait a few days, the Hash Toolkit database gets updated all the time.

Reverse Hashes
Hash Toolkit Hash Decrypter enables you to decrypt / reverse a hash in various formats into their original text.
Hashes are often used to store passwords securely in a database.
Supported hashes for decryption:
  • reverse / decrypt md5 hash
  • reverse / decrypt sha1 hash
  • reverse / decrypt sha256 hash
  • reverse / decrypt sha356 hash
  • reverse / decrypt sha512 hash
Generate Hashes
Hash Toolkit Hash Generator enables you to generate a hash using various algorithms.
  • generate md5
  • generate sha1 hash
  • generate sha256 hash
  • generate sha356 hash
  • generate sha512 hash
Converters
Hash Toolkit Converter enables you to convert data from and into various formats.
  • convert base64
  • convert base32
  • convert hex

A hash function is any function that can be used to map digital data of arbitrary size to digital data of fixed size, with slight differences in input data producing very big differences in output data.[1] The values returned by a hash function are called hash values, hash codes, hash sums, or simply hashes.

Wikipedia Hash function