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Re: some Hash Types

 

DES(Unix)

Example: IvS7aeT4NzQPM

Used in Linux and other similar OS.

Length: 13 characters.

Description: The first two characters are the salt (random characters; in our example the salt is the string "Iv"), then there follows the actual hash.

Notes: [1] [2]

 

 

Domain Cached Credentials

Example: Admin:b474d48cdfc4974d86ef4d24904cdd91

Used for caching passwords of Windows domain.

Length: 16 bytes.

Algorithm: MD4(MD4(Unicode($pass)).Unicode(strtolower($username)))

Note: [1]

 

MD5(Unix)

Example: $1$12345678$XM4P3PrKBgKNnTaqG9P0T/

Used in Linux and other similar OS.

Length: 34 characters.

Description: The hash begins with the $1$ signature, then there goes the salt (up to 8 random characters; in our example the salt is the string "12345678"), then there goes one more $ character, followed by the actual hash.

Algorithm: Actually that is a loop calling the MD5 algorithm 2000 times.

Notes: [1] [2]

 

MD5(APR)

Example: $apr1$12345678$auQSX8Mvzt.tdBi4y6Xgj.

Used in Linux and other similar OS.

Length: 37 characters.

Description: The hash begins with the $apr1$ signature, then there goes the salt (up to 8 random characters; in our example the salt is the string "12345678"), then there goes one more $ character, followed by the actual hash.

Algorithm: Actually that is a loop calling the MD5 algorithm 2000 times.

Notes: [1] [2]

 

MD5(phpBB3)

Example: $H$9123456785DAERgALpsri.D9z3ht120

Used in phpBB 3.x.x.

Length: 34 characters.

Description: The hash begins with the $H$ signature, then there goes one character (most often the number '9'), then there goes the salt (8 random characters; in our example the salt is the string "12345678"), followed by the actual hash.

Algorithm: Actually that is a loop calling the MD5 algorithm 2048 times.

Notes: [1] [2]

 

MD5(Wordpress)

Example: $P$B123456780BhGFYSlUqGyE6ErKErL01

Used in Wordpress.

Length: 34 characters.

Description: The hash begins with the $P$ signature, then there goes one character (most often the number 'B'), then there goes the salt (8 random characters; in our example the salt is the string "12345678"), followed by the actual hash.

Algorithm: Actually that is a loop calling the MD5 algorithm 8192 times.

Notes: [1] [2]

 

MySQL

Example: 606717496665bcba

Used in the old versions of MySQL.

Length: 8 bytes.

Description: The hash consists of two DWORDs, each not exceeding the value of 0x7fffffff.

 

MySQL5

Example: *E6CC90B878B948C35E92B003C792C46C58C4AF40

Used in the new versions of MySQL.

Length: 20 bytes.

Algorithm: SHA-1(SHA-1($pass))

Note: The hashes are to be loaded to the program without the asterisk that stands in the beginning of each hash.

 

RAdmin v2.x

Example: 5e32cceaafed5cc80866737dfb212d7f

Used in the application Remote Administrator v2.x.

Length: 16 bytes.

Algorithm: The password is padded with zeros to the length of 100 bytes, then that entire string is hashed with the MD5 algorithm.

 

MD5

Example: c4ca4238a0b923820dcc509a6f75849b

Used in phpBB v2.x, Joomla version below 1.0.13 and many other forums and CMS.

Length: 16 bytes.

Algorithm: Same as the md5() function in PHP.

 

md5($pass.$salt)

Example: 6f04f0d75f6870858bae14ac0b6d9f73:1234

Used in WB News, Joomla version 1.0.13 and higher.

Length: 16 bytes.

Note: [1]

 

md5($salt.$pass)

Example: f190ce9ac8445d249747cab7be43f7d5:12

Used in osCommerce, AEF, Gallery and other CMS.

Length: 16 bytes.

Note: [1]

 

md5(md5($pass))

Example: 28c8edde3d61a0411511d3b1866f0636

Used in e107, DLE, AVE, Diferior, Koobi and other CMS.

Length: 16 bytes.

 

md5(md5($pass).$salt)

Example: 6011527690eddca23580955c216b1fd2:wQ6

Used in vBulletin, IceBB.

Length: 16 bytes.

Notes: [1] [3] [4]

 

md5(md5($salt).md5($pass))

Example: 81f87275dd805aa018df8befe09fe9f8:wH6_S

Used in IPB.

Length: 16 bytes.

Notes: [1] [3]

 

md5(md5($salt).$pass)

Example: 816a14db44578f516cbaef25bd8d8296:1234

Used in MyBB.

Length: 16 bytes.

Note: [1]

 

md5($salt.$pass.$salt)

Example: a3bc9e11fddf4fef4deea11e33668eab:1234

Used in TBDev.

Length: 16 bytes.

Note: [1]

 

md5($salt.md5($salt.$pass))

Example: 1d715e52285e5a6b546e442792652c8a:1234

Used in DLP.

Length: 16 bytes.

Note: [1]

 

SHA-1

Example: 356a192b7913b04c54574d18c28d46e6395428ab

Used in many forums and CMS.

Length: 20 bytes.

Algorithm: Same as the sha1() function in PHP.

 

sha1(strtolower($username).$pass)

Example: Admin:6c7ca345f63f835cb353ff15bd6c5e052ec08e7a

Used in SMF.

Length: 20 bytes.

Note: [1]

 

sha1($salt.sha1($salt.sha1($pass)))

Example: cd37bfbf68d198d11d39a67158c0c9cddf34573b:1234

Used in Woltlab BB.

Length: 20 bytes.

Note: [1]

 

SHA-256(Unix)

Example: $5$12345678$jBWLgeYZbSvREnuBr5s3gp13vqiKSNK1rkTk9zYE1v0

Used in Linux and other similar OS.

Length: 55 characters.

Description: The hash begins with the $5$ signature, then there goes the salt (up to 8 random characters; in our example the salt is the string "12345678"), then there goes one more $ character, followed by the actual hash.

Algorithm: Actually that is a loop calling the SHA-256 algorithm 5000 times.

Notes: [1] [2]

 

SHA-512(Unix)

Example: $6$12345678$U6Yv5E1lWn6mEESzKen42o6rbEmFNLlq6Ik9X3reMXY3doKEuxrcDohKUx0Oxf44aeTIxGEjssvtT1aKyZHjs

Used in Linux and other similar OS.

Length: 98 characters.

Description: The hash begins with the $6$ signature, then there goes the salt (up to 8 random characters; in our example the salt is the string "12345678"), then there goes one more $ character, followed by the actual hash.

Algorithm: Actually that is a loop calling the SHA-512 algorithm 5000 times.

Notes: [1] [2]

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Re: some Hash Types

 

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