Distinguishing Hash Types

I take no credit for writing this article. It was written by vricks of hackforum.net


Identify your encrypted password:
• MD5 hashes are 32 characters long
• SHA-1 hashes are 40 characters long and consisted by a/A-f/F and 0-9
• Base 64 is really easy to identify because, usually it has equals(==) at the end of the hash
• Megan-35 passwords have the number “5” in their last digit
• Feron-74 hashes usually have “4” in their last digit
• Shadow hashes have the dollar (“$”) sign among them.

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“Decrypting” Encrypted Strings:
• Cain&Able
• You can use sites which offer online decrypting service such as:
– Crypo
– HackersCoID
– PassCracking ( for MD5 ++)
– MD5Cracker ( Multiple MD5 Decrypting sites in one
– MD5Decrypter ( For MD5, NTLM and SHA1 Decrypting )
– ( For More Sites Click My signature )
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Example :
Encrypted hash = gA3KBenufgZDfKOx8N3ABNhifgfDA+1kgO3cXNFU8IYCXNee8A3ABzFig0zdf7GG
Encrypted with: MD5 > Base-64 > GILA-7
So we will reverse Decrypt it
GILA-7:
gA3KBenufgZDfKOx8N3ABNhifgfDA+1kgO3cXNFU8IYCXNee8A3ABzFig0zdf7GG
Decrypted GILA-7:
MWE3OWE0ZDYwZGU2NzE4ZThlNWIzMjZlMzM4YWU1MzM=
Encrypted Base-64:
MWE3OWE0ZDYwZGU2NzE4ZThlNWIzMjZlMzM4YWU1MzM=
Decrypted Base64:
1a79a4d60de6718e8e5b326e338ae533
MD5:
1a79a4d60de6718e8e5b326e338ae533
Decrypted MD5:
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