MD5 SHA1 Reverse Lookup


If you have an MD5 or SHA-1 hash and you need the value that created the hash, try to look it up here. They also provide a hashing function and will store in their database, whatever you hash.


10 Responses to “MD5 SHA1 Reverse Lookup”

  1. Markus Says:

    Yeah, that works. Someone seems to have used a tool like that for hacking my blog 🙂

    Nevertheless – maybe I will need it sometimes myself…

  2. T Says:

    Didn’t work with the sha1 password I have on one of my sites, havn’t tried a md5 though so it might work on that..

  3. Leks Says:

    Sorry am a bit of a novice when it comes to security matters,

    I thought sha-1 was meant to be a one-way function (i.e. it cannot be inveresed) so how can this work?!!!!?

  4. chris Says:

    It’s a dictionary that stores hashes from words it knows. Whatever you hash will be stored in the database.

  5. Bram Says:

    It seems like it contains dictionary words from a few languages. The sha1 of some random combination of 7 letters is not recognized in most cases.

  6. petka Says:

    A lot of hashed passwords.

  7. davitz38 Says:

    Here’s another one: md5 decrypter
    They have lots of hashed string.

  8. davitz38 Says:

    By the way, I like your little smiley at the bottom of the page 🙂 funny!

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  10. Dino Says: is the biggest database of md5 and sha1 hashes around

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