MD4 (Message-Digest Algorithm 4) is a cryptographic hash function that produces a 128-bit (32-character) hash value. Similar to MD5 and MD2, it takes an input message and generates a fixed-size output hash. MD4 was developed by Ronald Rivest in 1990 but has since been found to have vulnerabilities, making it unsuitable for secure applications. Its weaknesses have led to its deprecation in favor of more secure and robust cryptographic hash functions.
Generate an MD2 hash for any string input.
Generate an MD5 hash of 32 characters length for any string input.
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