SHA256 hash for "['IMAX' 'CHMA']"

SHA256 encoded string


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sha256['IMAX' 'CHMA']d5452ebb131e5274e2fd4500f20c8f7cb2465e8d27f0fc1929f0bdf50fbcebc9

String "['IMAX' 'CHMA']" encoded to other algorithms

Here you can view hashes for "['IMAX' 'CHMA']" string encoded with other popular algorithms

MD2 b3509c59d26d699b7571df52b2ee83cf
MD4 b6904dec4a2ae7d57bdf11daddcdf132
MD5 fe2fed3213637c6b6dd29d78d0ea4b2d
SHA1 7cff692633619e42463c8a4d9817238ff9d6ffd6
SHA224 189f63197d8565126f40c53c90328896448a6f12b434983eada63f2d
SHA256 d5452ebb131e5274e2fd4500f20c8f7cb2465e8d27f0fc1929f0bdf50fbcebc9
SHA384 88f453863b4dc6a7ac75fb70378fb943154da4501cee1d8d8fdcf081fa6061db5690037c61338ea3e614c817a60063f5
SHA512/224 bb99d88456b35dfad913da62b0614a38f3b650d605fc5f938f49d106
SHA512/256 06ccd2a7f63526281c7df34d8108aabd0c54f7084d13dd770522e1fd5abd7db0
SHA512 30241388bfbda134e053cfcf9b1a9b3e40d05080f5ffb5a332ea70bcacc66c58fab5ea30e16a977b16d0ea959911416038bc22246c8cb12428d850a88ec6dda9
SHA3-224 c0250efaa9b1a325417493070687addf85a380d140570b31b23e003e
SHA3-256 1844c4c11043fd892624b7c24f620c3e9eed00b31962599f88c058be0e784e6b
SHA3-384 4cc813028554fefe969c1f4d33e7d9f14ff5f9430204d442083fbe46f743b30464425393b8741494eca14de7f3d75a68
SHA3-512 e21da16d1fd832d6d4e320a8b4ef5cd729af057ef3768a7f63d6b9070dc449ff5bdb4e4129fe789046b13c889a35186ca0469f9fe65f26129a2b56c583e2d5b4
RIPEMD128 c572795ea3457fa44aaf4bc84f6bc091
RIPEMD160 ff8fcd72e17f338626dd20f955872ecc93f2e3f4
RIPEMD256 f8198e85cfe0fccbb0afd0ecabe50400efa9efe8ee605e5753b37bccea837916
RIPEMD320 b7035d34f0414bc9bda33816301f1de215942b6efa28e62b0c3e34ff78b1211f651a9a9ad7c9a5a6
WHIRLPOOL b05148bc3888dabd12aaafce7ccbedb1576efb481508da80bc5dacf71a11760eff0331f2edcfdef94e12b1e183328c41978b975017117a5840cdfa5752eef2f0
TIGER128,3 75507531935284f484442c542271a97b
TIGER160,3 75507531935284f484442c542271a97bd64815b4
TIGER192,3 75507531935284f484442c542271a97bd64815b4db3d2976
TIGER128,4 2b675a380e4f6473a0b58adc03bad5e2
TIGER160,4 2b675a380e4f6473a0b58adc03bad5e2a91bb0d8
TIGER192,4 2b675a380e4f6473a0b58adc03bad5e2a91bb0d8ebfc38b9
SNEFRU 2a07cac61a14e41ab228a10bfaa9100a562f862c6c978f887a86ea41397f1f8d
SNEFRU256 2a07cac61a14e41ab228a10bfaa9100a562f862c6c978f887a86ea41397f1f8d
GOST 58bbf9ea16fe988d8f36fc7aaca36574131490dc9a81742be96c7491c8b12de4
GOST-CRYPTO 355decb8918681e630cecda43c063d04807c7a71812e6b97061bc72fa3aa6468
ADLER32 1e1e03bd
CRC32 c16cd7d7
CRC32B 254ca7a2
FNV132 f713551d
FNV1A32 eb09be51
FNV164 55bdbdfc85b0d27d
FNV1A64 a4dcbc14f621a8f1
JOAAT e3a43e3a
HAVAL128,3 85b32290ac5c85b489cbf4008e0d4ccb
HAVAL160,3 e8db77328e104f9ce6ee2da10b72f36c62a7da6b
HAVAL192,3 8fa37be97822068eb9011cde117f87e565bf28ba0f109633
HAVAL224,3 66f56ade66d52bd77f95c9dfc66e5c3697342ee9db5e7c8e0b64e5c5
HAVAL256,3 13cdbefd45506de594982ed8ba863476c800c0aba6e3e487e1f8063412b44a2a
HAVAL128,4 94f5a48eb6f7f3300ee0c8575aee21ff
HAVAL160,4 bcb5f2c78c2632857f6491f901872d146f930df9
HAVAL192,4 668e1ed7823a331158feebd86d5a11e221f404e537b698dd
HAVAL224,4 7064a61ff3fac3332a94eedea527b4ec8c0002a049b031ec0e7a56a1
HAVAL256,4 c60dfd5f153790137ca2740cedc06d512828c8363c39962e071e489367ba4558
HAVAL128,5 7397f748569b7728dbbc606a65653eea
HAVAL160,5 9870b6a541fd15741cd2e1ee350ae9aea517b162
HAVAL192,5 2b946ced074015212efea8b45114ea5d9c6cc05b7cd39ba7
HAVAL224,5 31f5f0094ad41c36c100420edea81273d7f9c2f83b573739739db3da
HAVAL256,5 84c7fdb69ac6f65666348f478fd14d69733ca64dbda1a184abf6d6bbadd27a44

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Usage from Address Bar

You can use direct access to this page from your browser address bar. Type string that you need to encode with algorithm according to next schema:<ALGORITHM>/<PHRASE> For example to visit page that contains hash of "hello world" you can just visit url: The another cool thing is that you can specify "json" or "plain" mode into URL and you will get only HASH in response. Schema of this future:<ALGORITHM>.<OUTPUT:plain|json>/<PHRASE> Example: Will output only: "5eb63bbbe01eeed093cb22bb8f5acdc3"

If you have string that contains complicated urlencoded characters you can send it directly via params to avoid processing of our url parser. Use:
str - for string to encode
algo - for algorithm
output - for output type (empty, "json" or "plain")<ALGORITHM>&str=<PHRASE>&output=<OUTPUT:plain|json>

Usage from Javascript

We have removed CORS restriction so you can use direct access to hash calculator in your javascript applications via AJAX.


var toEncode = 'hello world';
var xhr = new XMLHttpRequest();
xhr.onreadystatechange = function () {
if (xhr.readyState == 4 && xhr.status == 200) {
console.log('JSON of "'+toEncode+'" is "'+JSON.parse(xhr.response)+'"');
};'GET', ''+encodeURIComponent(toEncode), true);
Will output: JSON of "hello world" is "5eb63bbbe01eeed093cb22bb8f5acdc3"

Usage from PHP

You can use direct access to hash in your applications.

PHP Example: <?php
$str = 'hello world';
$url =''.urlencode($str);
$md5hash = file_get_contents($url);
echo 'Hash of "'.$str.'" is "'.$md5hash.'"';
Will output: Hash of "hello world" is "5eb63bbbe01eeed093cb22bb8f5acdc3"

Chains of algorithms

In some cases you can need encode string with two or more algorithms. For these cases we have introduced chains of algorithms. For example if you need to encode string according to this schema md5(sha512(sha1('hello world'))) you can do this by connecting algorithms with a double dash: If you will do this in your address bar you can also use semicolon instead of double dash.;sha512;sha1/hello+world Pay attention that semicolon should be encoded in url, so if you use it not in your browser, you should use '%3B' instead Such approach can be also used with "plain" and "json" mode;sha512;sha1.json/hello+world

You can also use special chain item "b64d" or "base64decode" to make base64 decode. It can help to hash any of not printable characters. Example: will be the same: 5eb63bbbe01eeed093cb22bb8f5acdc3

Carriage Return and Line Feed characters

At present time our text editor doesn't have functionality that can take into account which of those characters you want to keep in string. This problem come from browsers which normalize all of the line endings to "CRLF" ("\r\n") format according to "HTML specification". It means that if you paste from buffer string
"hello\nword" and press "Encode", your browser will convert it to "hello\r\nword" and only after this your browser send FORM to us. As a result we will show you hash of "hello\r\nword" but not "hello\nword"

You can avoid this with encode string to "base64" on your side and use "Chains of algorithms" that described above.

Example 1: Hash from string with only Line Feed (LF) character Text: hello\nworld
Text encoded to BASE64: aGVsbG8Kd29ybGQ=
RESULT: 9195d0beb2a889e1be05ed6bb1954837

Example 2: Hash from string with Carriage Return (CR) and Line Feed (LF) character. This result you will have if you use editor with CR, LF or CRLF symbols.
Text: hello\r\nworld
Text encoded to BASE64: aGVsbG8NCndvcmxk
RESULT: 6a4316b18e6162cf9fcfa435c8eb74c1

How to calculate sha256 hash in PHP with hash function

Since version 5.1.2 PHP contains function hash() that you can use to get sha256 hash from strings.

    $str = '¡Hola!';
    $hash = hash('sha256', $str, false);
    echo '<pre>';
    echo $str.PHP_EOL
         .' &rarr; '.$hash.PHP_EOL
    echo '</pre>';
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