Decode / decrypt a CRC32 hash

This tool searches multiple rainbow tables for matches to a large number of CRC32 hashes. To generate a MD5, SHA256 or SHA1 hashes click here.

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Recent CRC32 lookups

Q77\?c<R8l
CRC32:3fdf5085
Yj
CRC32:12fe2175
-C
CRC32:2d585bfb
A1?G
CRC32:1e6c76b5
KS&5nsPaM3
CRC32:20ea2b78
EmRl>2-,1u
CRC32:0f7e0fd8
ErBd
CRC32:35066044
B!&,
CRC32:6b026507
R&$
CRC32:fd7bd96e
SM,
CRC32:297c4fd0

About CRC32 hashes

In general a CRC can be n-bits in length, but most commonly a 32-bit CRC is used. An n-bit CRC has the property that any error run of up to n bits is mathematically guaranteed to produce a distinct CRC checksum. This guarantee is possible because CRCs are computed using a special type of polynomial that is able to guarantee this property. As a special case, this typically means that an error of a single bit (or a single byte) will guarantee that the CRC checksum will fail, regardless of any other property of the transmitted data, including its length. This is a powerful property, since it guards against the most common type of transmission errors.