MD2 hash function generator is valuable and required to generate a unique string that can be used as a password or key which can be used to protect important data such as public key infrastructure.
It will generate 32( 128 bits ) characters of hexadecimal MD2 hash string whatever the input word/characters count.
Once the MD2 Hash is generated, it's not reversible, it's nearly impossible to decrypt.
How to Generate MD2 Hash?
- Step 1: Enter the Plain or Cypher Text.
- Step 2: Click on Generate MD2 HASH Online
- Step 3: Use Copy to Clipboard functionality to copy the generated MD2 hash.
What is MD2 HASH?
The MD2 Message-Digest Algorithm is a cryptographic hash function developed by Ronald Rivest in 1989. The algorithm is optimized for 8-bit computers. MD2 is specified in IETF RFC 1319. The "MD" in MD2 stands for "Message Digest".
Even though MD2 is not yet fully compromised, the IETF retired MD2 to "historic" status in 2011, citing "signs of weakness". It is deprecated in favor of SHA-256 and other strong hashing algorithms.
Nevertheless, as of 2014, it remained in use in public key infrastructures as part of certificates generated with MD2 and RSA.
To learn more about MD2 Hash, please visit MD2 Hash Wikipedia page.
Example of MD2 Hash
Plain data Try it.
Output: Generated MD2 Hash
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