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hashid

 
Python3 program that identifies data and password hashes. More information: https://github.com/psypanda/hashID.
 
  • Identify hashes from standard input (through typing, copying and pasting, or piping the hash into the program):
     
    hashid
     
  • Identify hashes passed as arguments (multiple hashes can be passed):
     
    hashid {{hash}}
     
  • Identify hashes on a file (one hash per line):
     
    hashid {{path/to/hashes.txt}}
     
  • Show all possible hash types (including salted hashes):
     
    hashid --extended {{hash}}
     
  • Show hashcat's mode number and john's format string of the hash types:
     
    hashid --mode --john {{hash}}
     
  • Save output to a file instead of printing to standard output:
     
    hashid --outfile {{path/to/output.txt}} {{hash}}

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