This online tool allows you to generate the hash ripemd128 of any string.
RIPEMD128 length is 32 characters
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What is RIPEMD
RIPEMD (RACE Integrity Primitives Evaluation Message Digest) is a family of cryptographic hash functions that are designed to be fast and secure. The functions take an input message and produce a fixed-size output called a "message digest" or "hash value". The output is intended to be unique for a given input, so that any changes to the input will result in a different output. This makes hash functions useful for verifying the integrity of data, for example, in digital signatures or in data storage systems.
What Is RIPEMD128 hash?
RIPEMD128 is a specific member of the RIPEMD family that produces a 128-bit (16-byte) hash value. It was designed to be faster than the more secure RIPEMD160, but with similar levels of security. Like other hash functions, RIPEMD128 is intended to be collision resistant, meaning it is hard to find two different inputs that produce the same output. However, no hash function can be completely collision resistant, and it is always possible that two different inputs could produce the same output by chance.
Is RIPEMD128 Secure?
RIPEMD128 is no longer considered to be a secure hash function, as it has been shown to be vulnerable to collision attacks. It is recommended to use a stronger hash function, such as SHA-256 or SHA-3, for cryptographic purposes.