NTLM Password Hasher
cross-browser testing tools
World's simplest online NTLM hash generator for web developers and programmers. Just paste your password in the form below, press the Calculate NTLM Hash button, and you'll get an NTLM hash. Press a button – get a hash. No ads, nonsense, or garbage.
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Using an NTLM Hash Calculator in Cross-browser Testing
An NTLM (Microsoft's NT LAN Manager) hash calculator can be useful if you're doing cross-browser testing. For example, if your web application is interacting with Windows Servers, then in your application's unit tests, you may want to make sure the authentication hash is correctly computed. The input data for these unit tests would be the plain-text passwords and the output data would be NTLM hashes. As NTLM hashes are uppercase 32 hex digits in length, you can use this program to generate random 32 character long hashes.
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