Md4() Encrypt & Decrypt

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Last hashs :


0a7a684d3834efe419c868284c5d5f87
2725e05634e02302ae148f5bfecd423f
ae30e720795ec834144a5e8e910ac749
5123a632a60e7e27f9c1c914c48a64fb
c99d8dfb430a2710facc6e85602c8cae
2c1186bbd28b3a876ce71e1c9e76cf4f
3d5eac9dd532394decd1b8f60dc43828
0fdba24844047d62cac9c879a8a509f7
47cf644f2e4f1972ccc07f454d0bd9e1
b706deb0f914c16bff1ab84c3a769d53

About Md4 :


Md4 (Message Digest 4) is a cryptographic hash function created by Ronald Rivest in 1990. This algorithm takes as input a string and makes a hash from it. This hash is 128 bits, 32 caracters long. Because of security problems, Md4 was abandoned for its little brother, Md5 . The reason for that is that one can easily attack Md4 with collisions, in a few milliseconds. The Md5 is more secure, because you need 2^64 operations (anniversary attack) to make a collision (even though Md5 is not secure enough). Microsoft's NTLM hash use Md4 with few differences. You shouldn't use Md4 as a cryptographic function to store critical data, since it's very easy to decrypt. This website allows you to decrypt your md4 hashes if you're lucky of course. Our online database contains more than 1.000.000.000 Md4 hash, coming from all the wordlist I was able to find on the internet. I then computed for days to enlarge it and to make it relevant and unique, in order to help you decrypt your Md4 hashes.
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