Our database currently contains 3'693'942'872 cracked and 1'269'039'731 uncracked hashes (22.11.2020).

Hashes.org attempts to reveal the plain text of your submitted hash. This is done in an effort to assist security professionals to evaluate the security provided by the relevant hash submitted.

Hashes.org is not a hacking site and assumes all submitted hashes are for testing purposes only and are obtained in a legal way.

Hashes.org is also happy to help computer users recover their own forgotten passwords, however this does not extend to recovery of passwords belonging to a third party.

Please ensure all submitted hashes are legally obtained and you have permission to recover the plain text before uploading them to Hashes.org.

If you object to a particular hash listed in the Hashes.org database please contact us explaining why.

If you decide to create a user account at Hashes.org you can upload your hashes as a hashlist. You will be able to view their progress finding the plain texts and also download them.

If you are interested in participating in recovering hashes you can download the left list of our database and try to get some of them and upload it to our database.
Hashes.org is a free online hash resolving service incorporating many unparalleled techniques. It is obvious that legacy methods of hash cracking are both time consuming and wasteful of resources. Typically, volunteers spend time and electricity cracking hashes in small individual batches, spread across multiple forums and threads, and frequently duplicating each others work. Hashes.org prefers a different approach. Our method provides a single point of reference for both hashes and their solutions. Every hash solution is cross-referenced with all hash types on all lists, saving many GPU cycles for our volunteers. Hashes.org attempts to optimise the process by removing what we consider to be irrelevant hashes.
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