MD5 Hash

MD5 stands for Message-Digest Algorithm 5. Its not actually an encryption method but rather a hash function. MD5 is not collision resistant and therefore not suitable for SSL certificates or digital signatures but it is commonly used to check the integrity of files.
  • Use cases
  • Replaced by
  • Example MD5's (hello world, foo bar, password, 1234, etc.
  • FAQ/Questions
https://www.security-insider.de/was-ist-md5-a-811330/ https://stackoverflow.com/questions/1240852/is-it-possible-to-decrypt-md5-hashes