Enter your string here to get a Md5 hash :
Md5 Encryption (Message Digest 5) is a cryptographic function that allows you to make a 128-bits (32 caracters) “hash” from any string taken as input, no matter the length (up to 2^64 bits). This function is irreversible, you can’t obtain the plaintext only from the hash. The only way to Md5 decryption of your hash is to compare it with a database using our online decrypter. Here we have a huge md5 hash database to help you with decryption. One should know that md5, although it’s very used and common, shouldn’t be use to encrypt critical data, since it’s not secure anymore (collisions were found, and decrypt is becoming more and more easy). If you are building a new website, Sha-256, 512, or other kinds of encryption (with salt) would be better than md5, or even sha-1. Our decrypter database is coming from all the wordlist I was able to find on the internet. I then sorted them, and enlarge the final wordlist by creating a script that multiplicated the list to finally lend to a unique and pertinent wordlist.