ONLINE HASH GENERATOR TIGER128,4
Source string specification form
Specify the source string in this form, then click on the button GENERATE
This form will show the result of generating the source string in TIGER128,4
WHAT IS A HASHING ALGORITHM A TIGER128,4
TIGER128,4 is a hash function that accepts a message up to 2^64 bits (16 exabytes) long and computes a 128 bits (16 bytes) hash value according to the TIGER algorithm.
TIGER (Tiger Tree Hash) is a cryptographic algorithm that is used to compute hash values of messages of arbitrary length. The TIGER algorithm was developed by Ross Anderson and Eli Biham in 1996 and is widely used due to its high speed and reliability.
TIGER128,4 calculates the hash value using 4 rounds of computation, making it faster than other versions of TIGER, but less secure in terms of cryptographic strength. However, TIGER128.4 is still safe enough to be used in some applications such as data integrity checks.