ONLINE HASH GENERATOR TIGER192,3
Source string specification form
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This form will show the result of generating the source string in TIGER192,3
WHAT IS A HASHING ALGORITHM A TIGER192,3
TIGER192,3 is a hash function that uses the TIGER (Tiger Tree Hash) algorithm, which was developed by Ross Anderson and Eli Biham in 1995.
Hash functions such as TIGER192.3 are widely used in cryptography and information security to create digital fingerprints of messages and files.
TIGER192,3 uses the TIGER hash function with an output length of 192 bits and goes through the hashing algorithm 3 times to improve security and reduce the chance of collisions.
TIGER is short for "Tiny Encryption Algorithm with a Larger Blocksize and Increased Security". It was designed as a replacement for MD4, MD5, and SHA-1, which had become vulnerable to attacks.