This online tool allows you to generate the hash fnv132 of any string.
FNV132 length is 8 characters
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What is FNV132 hash?
FNV132 (Fowler-Noll-Vo 32-bit) is a non-cryptographic hash function that is designed to be fast and produce good hash values for small inputs. It was developed by Glenn Fowler, Landon Curt Noll, and Phong Vo in 1992 as an alternative to other hash functions, such as MD5 and SHA-1.
A hash function is a mathematical function that takes an input (called a "message") and produces a fixed-size output (called a "hash value" or "digest"). The output is usually represented as a hexadecimal string. Hash functions are used in many different applications, including password storage, data integrity checks, and generating unique identifiers.
The FNV132 hash function operates by taking an input message and processing it through a series of mathematical operations to produce a 32-bit hash value. The hash value is unique to the input message, so even small changes to the message will result in a completely different hash value. This makes it difficult for attackers to tamper with the message without being detected, as any changes they make will be reflected in the hash value.
FNV132 hash Key features
One of the key features of FNV132 is that it is very fast, especially for small inputs. It is also relatively simple to implement, which makes it a popular choice for applications where fast hashing is required. However, it is not as widely used as some other hash functions, such as SHA-256 or MD5, and it is not considered to be as secure as these functions.