MD5 is known as well known hashing algorithm, used for purposes such as storing information and using it as a checksum to check whether the data is the same. It applies several calculations on a given string, such as the shifting and adding of bits, which results in a 128-bit hash.
It is well known that MD5 is not a recommended algorithm since different inputs can result in exactly the same hash, a collision. Due to this, MD5 should not be used to secure digital assets.
You can find more information on the MD5 Wikipedia page.
First, paste or enter your text in the upper text box on this page. When you're satisfied, click on the 'Generate' button. If you, however, are not satisfied, you can use the 'Clear' button, which will clear the input field for you. Second, the generated hash will show up in the second text box on the page, under the 'MD5 Hash' title. You can either copy it manually or use the 'Copy' button, which will copy the string to your clipboard.