ONLINE HASH GENERATOR TIGER192,4
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 TIGER192,4
WHAT IS A HASHING ALGORITHM A TIGER192,4
TIGER192,4 (or simply TIGER) is a hash function that is used to convert an arbitrary fixed length input message (192 bits) into a unique fixed length output hash code (also 192 bits).
TIGER was developed by the Information Security Corporation in 1995 and was designed to provide data security in cryptographic protocols. Currently, TIGER is rarely used due to its relatively low speed and the possibility of a collision attack (i.e. the ability to find two different input messages that give the same hash code).
In the TIGER192,4 format, "192" indicates the length of the output hash code in bits, and "4" indicates the number of rounds that are used in the hash code calculation process. The number of rounds affects the security and speed of hashing - more rounds increases security but slows down the hashing process.