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# Decrypt RIPEMD320 of: `74c0193b3b4148e92dcf0ed5cc687a5c1bcb05f0c8a0c08bfb887f8f8289457afba99a9cc5dc2325`

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## What is decryption of 74c0193b3b4148e92dcf0ed5cc687a5c1bcb05f0c8a0c08bfb887f8f8289457afba99a9cc5dc2325

## decrypt RIPEMD320 74c0193b3b4148e92dcf0ed5cc687a5c1bcb05f0c8a0c08bfb887f8f8289457afba99a9cc5dc2325

## RIPEMD320 decryption 74c0193b3b4148e92dcf0ed5cc687a5c1bcb05f0c8a0c08bfb887f8f8289457afba99a9cc5dc2325

## RIPEMD320 decrypt 74c0193b3b4148e92dcf0ed5cc687a5c1bcb05f0c8a0c08bfb887f8f8289457afba99a9cc5dc2325

## decrypt 74c0193b3b4148e92dcf0ed5cc687a5c1bcb05f0c8a0c08bfb887f8f8289457afba99a9cc5dc2325

### What is MD5?

MD5 is a Message-Digest algorithm 5. It's used to compute a hash value in cryptography. So what's an hash function then? Simply put, a hash function takes a block of data and returns a fixed-size bit string (hash value). The data used by hash functions is referred to as a "message", while the computed hash value is referred to as the "message digest".

### How do I reverse MD5?

You can't! MD5 is NOT reversible. Hash functions are used as one-way methods. They take the data and compute hash values. The inverse can't be done.

To better explain why a MD5 is NOT reversible, here's very simple example:

Using MD5 on text data of 750,000 characters, we obtain a mere 32 digits digest. Now if I wanted to revert this, how could I possibly determine with exactitude which 750,000 characters were used from just 32 digits?!? This would be the BEST compression algorithm in the world.