ONLINE HASH GENERATOR WHIRLPOOL
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 WHIRLPOOL
WHAT IS A HASHING ALGORITHM A WHIRLPOOL
WHIRLPOOL is a hashing algorithm (converting data into a fixed set of bits) that is used to ensure data integrity. It was developed by Vincent Rijoux and Paul Barlett in 2000 and was one of the winners of the NIST's hash function competition.
WHIRLPOOL is a cryptographically secure hashing algorithm that processes data in blocks of 512 bits. The output hash size is 512 bits. The WHIRLPOOL algorithm also has the properties of collision resistance (when two different input values produce the same hash) and adversarial resistance (when the input data cannot be determined from the output hash).
WHIRLPOOL is used in a variety of areas, including digital signatures, authentication, and data protection in databases.