MD2 (Message-Digest Algorithm 2) is a cryptographic hash function that generates a 128-bit (16-byte) hash value, typically represented as a 32-character hexadecimal number. The MD2 algorithm takes an input message and produces a fixed-size output hash, making it suitable for verifying data integrity and creating checksums. However, similar to MD5, MD2 is considered outdated and vulnerable to various attacks, and its usage is not recommended for cryptographic applications.
Generate an MD4 hash for any string input.
Generate an MD5 hash of 32 characters length for any string input.
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