This MD5 hash generator is useful for encoding passwords, credit card numbers, and other sensitive dates into MySQL, or other databases. PHP programmers, ASP programmers, and anyone who develops in MySQL, SQL, or the like must consider this online tool a practical resource.
The MD5 hash is created by taking a string of any length and encoding it into 128-bit fingerprints. Encoding the same string using the MD5 algorithm will always produce the same 128-bit hash output. The MD5 hash is usually used with smaller strings when storing passwords, credit card numbers or other sensitive data in databases such as popular MySQL. This tool provides a quick and easy way to encode MD5 hashes from simple strings up to 256 characters.