I couldn't find an online hashing service which allowed to hash text strings and files using several different algorithms (MD5, SHA1, SHA512, RIPMED, Whirlpool, HAVAL, etc.); so, I made one. And after hours and hours of creative efforts, here's the name I conceived: Hash'em all!.
Layout is really simple but (big surprise!) there's a rendering problem with Internet Explorer (any verision). The central DIVs are correctly sized in Firefox, Opera, Safari, Konqueror, Camino and every other standard-compliant web-browser; unfortunately, IE is not in this list (while MS is part of W3C consortium... bah!).
I will *never* redisign the site to fit IE bugs with a CSS selector and a separate stylesheet: I have no intention to do again the work because of Microsoft's whims.
Using IE Hash'em all! is still usable, but ugly. If you want a nice interface, please use a W3C-compliant browser. And, if you'd like to know what's the problem: it seems that in IE there's no way to have a centered auto-adaping DIV, because IE totally ignores display: table; CSS attribute.
Features in brief:
- It's free
- It's fast (less than 0.1 second for most queries)
- There's no limit on the number of queries
- It allows to hash files up to 10Mb
- You can choose up to 35 different digests
- Allows empty strings
- It's cute (but that's subjective...)