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I WANT CONVERT THIS HASH ( " 36FFD24CD662E1A7BC157C9BD7547F12 " )
TO STRING PLEASE HELP ME
Posted 19-Mar-13 12:22pm
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ThePhantomUpvoter 19-Mar-13 18:27pm
   
" 36FFD24CD662E1A7BC157C9BD7547F12 " is a string already. If you mean "unhash" it, you can't. Hashing is not encryption and is one way only.
lewax00 20-Mar-13 18:30pm
   
And why would you want to do that? Sounds a little suspicious to me...if you have a hash and you don't know what it was originally, it sounds like you're trying to crack passwords.
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Solution 1

You can't reverse hashed input.

What you can do is search the internet for md5 decrypters (rainbow tables) and give your string.

This is the hased input: SABER
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Bernhard Hiller 20-Mar-13 4:20am
   
So we should tell the guy who did the hashing that he ought to add some salt before hashing... Well, security is not a topic everyone understands.
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Solution 2

I know it is saber
but I want make it in vb.net
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