Here you can calculate online SNEFRU hashes for your strings.
Put your string into form below and press "Calculate SNEFRU hash".
As a result you will get SNEFRU hash of your string.
If you need another hash calculators, for example: FNV132, FNV1A64, SHA1 or SHA512-224 you can find it into appropriate section.

Snefru is a cryptographic hash function invented by
Ralph Merkle in 1990 while working at Xerox PARC. The function supports
128-bit and 256-bit output. It was named after the Egyptian Pharaoh Sneferu,
continuing the tradition of the Khufu and Khafre block ciphers.

The original design of Snefru was shown to be insecure by Eli Biham
and Adi Shamir who were able to use differential cryptanalysis to find
hash collisions. The design was then modified by increasing the number
of iterations of the main pass of the algorithm from two to eight.
Although differential cryptanalysis can break the revised version with
less complexity than brute force search (a certificational weakness),
the attack requires 2^{88.5} operations and is thus not currently
feasible in practice.

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