[ Password cracker ]

Hash Cracker allows you to crack strings hashed with MD5, SHA1 and NTLM algorithms. When you tries to crack your hashed strings, the system automatically recognizes with which algorithm have been encrypted and will attempt to decrypt them.

Hash Cracker counts over than 700.000.000 of unique hashes that you can decrypt!

For more information about password cracking, you can consult the documentation.

Insert below your MD5, SHA1 and/or NTLM hashes, one per line (max 500):

Trick: click in the textbox and press Ctrl + v to paste your text.

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