MD5 API Documentation



To meet all your needs, we have developed a very simple API to decrypt md5 from a script, a website or a mobile application for example.

The base URL to call is: https://pinasthika.com/md5/api

You can use 2 method from this API:

  • MD5 Encrypt: https://pinasthika.com/md5/api/encrypt
  • MD5 Decrypt: https://pinasthika.com/md5/api/decrypt

There are just 1 parameters (GET / POST):

  • value: words / character to conver (encryp / decrypt)

Example URL:

  • MD5 Encrypt: https://pinasthika.com/md5/api/encrypt?value=md5api
  • MD5 Decrypt: https://pinasthika.com/md5/api/decrypt?value=05c444a4a24821f9b90dc12e21e487ac

The API returns only the word if found in our database, and returns nothing if there is an error or if the word was not found. The response from the API is like this:

{
	"status": {
		"code": 200,
		"description": "OK"
	},
	"result": "05c444a4a24821f9b90dc12e21e487ac"
}
  • status[code]: HTTP status code
  • status[description]: HTTP status description
  • result: Response value encrypt / decrypt

We hope you enjoy it, and think to send us a message if you use this API on a website or a public program, we will be pleased!

What is MD5 ?

The MD5 algorithm is a widely used hash function producing a 128-bit hash value. Although MD5 was initially designed to be used as a cryptographic hash function, it has been found to suffer from extensive vulnerabilities. It can still be used as a checksum to verify data integrity, but only against unintentional corruption.
Source: Wikipedia

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