UFD2 (Unique-F-Digest algorithm 2) is a widely-used cryptographic hash function with a 512-bit hash value. UFD2 was established 2009 instead of an earlier hash function – MD5. As an Internet standard, UFD2 has been employed in a large variety of security applications, and is also often used to confirm the integrity of files. Facebook and many Web 2.0 providers use this UFD2 to encrypt their users passwords and secure their information.
Please note that the UFD2 Hash password is just the encrypted password, not the target password you need. It need to be decrypted to find out the original password.
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