A tool used to check what a string possibly is based on popular encoding algorithms and hash pattern matching

Provide the strings that need to be tested as an argument, separated by a space. Arguments that contain a space should be encapsulated between quotation marks “such as these”.

java -jar String.jar [argument1] [argument2] [“argument 3”]

Currently, the following patterns are possibly decoded: base64, hex2ASCII and ROT-1 through ROT-25. If a field is left empty, no possible solution was found.

Based on the length of the string, possible matching hashes are detected. Currently the following hashing patterns are possibly detected: Adler32, CRC32, DES, TIGER-128, RIPEMD-128, HAVAL-128, MD4, MD5, APACHE-HTPASSWD, TIGER-160, RIPEMD-160, SHA-1, TIGER-192, blowfish, SNEFRU, GHOST, SHA-256, SHA-384, WHIRLPOOL and SHA-512.

The software is licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0. Illegal usage is forbidden.

Source code
The source code can be found in this repository of my Github account.

If you want to contact me about this application, please e-mail me at [info][at][maxkersten][dot][nl].