Findmyhash helps you to decipher some common hashes speedily, besides that, it is elementary to use. Be sure to only install python in your machine.
If you are passionate about deciphering passwords, this is a tool you should know. The first thing you must do is download the tools from the following link; this example is done through Linux.
I recommend Linux lite, it is very light and stable, besides being from the family of Debian, its interface is very helpful.
After downloading the file, you open a terminal in the folder where the file.py is located.
python findmyhash_v1.1.2.py MD5 -h "098f6bcd4621d373cade4e832627b4f6"
this will not take long and the result is as follows
python findmyhash_v1.1.2.py MD5 -h "25d55ad283aa400af464c76d713c07ad"
The result of the previous command line is as follows.
In the previous example we use MD5 as shown in the images but continuation you have a list of all the algorithms with which you can make tests.
Accepted algorithms are
MD4 – RFC 1320
MD5 – RFC 1321
SHA1 – RFC 3174 (FIPS 180-3)
SHA224 – RFC 3874 (FIPS 180-3)
SHA256 – FIPS 180-3
SHA384 – FIPS 180-3
SHA512 – FIPS 180-3
RMD160 – RFC 2857
GOST – RFC 5831
WHIRLPOOL – ISO/IEC 10118-3:2004
LM – Microsoft Windows hash
NTLM – Microsoft Windows hash
MYSQL – MySQL 3, 4, 5 hash
CISCO7 – Cisco IOS type 7 encrypted passwords
JUNIPER – Juniper Networks $9$ encrypted passwords
LDAP_MD5 – MD5 Base64 encoded
LDAP_SHA1 – SHA1 Base64 encoded
This is another example.
I invite you to try this tool with other hashes and analyze the results, it might be useful if you need a very fast result.
If you are interested in learning more, we invite you to review this course.