This password hasher lets you automatically hash a password using many different algorithms and compare the output. Optionally choose to add a salt to the beginning or end of the password you are hashing.
This password hasher lets you enter a password to be hashed with the following algorithms: PASSWORD_DEFAULT, PASSWORD_BCRYPT, md2, md4, md5, sha1, sha224, sha256, sha384, sha512, ripemd128, ripemd160, ripemd256, ripemd320, whirlpool, tiger128, tiger160, tiger192, snefru, snefru256, gost, adler32, crc32, crc32b, fnv132, fnv164, joaat, haval128, haval160, haval192, haval224, haval256
*A note about PHP's PASSWORD_DEFAULT, PASSWORD_BCRYPT algorithms. Even if you choose to not include a salt, they will automatically include a random salt in the hash, as that is the behaviour of these algorithms in the password_hash function.
Password hashing is used most frequently within database administration. When passwords are stored into a MySQL, SQL, Oracle, Microsoft Server or other database, security demands that the passwords be encrypted and not be stored as plain text. This password hasher would be most useful to DBA's, programmers, or just anyone interesting in cryptography, computer systems and internet security.