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BHM2 is the latest release in the Binary Hashing Method family. BHM2 is a one-way hashing algorithm that creates
a finger-print of the inputted data.
hash-length flexibility allows you to change the output hash length. Producing a unique hash for each length. Giving it added security against dictionary and brute-force attacks; hashes are already currently hard to store.
Round Data Flexibility
BHM1 had a good concept when it originally was released. It was the first hashing algorithm publically released to allot for hash-length flexibility. However, there were statements on how this only made it hard to store hashes feasibly. Not actually stop attacking the hash itself; being able to see the length means you know the algorithm to use to attempt a dictionary attack. Giving you the ability to change the round information, allows for an invisible hand in the role of hashing.
Large Character Set
MD5, SHA1 and SHA2 all have a character set of 16 characters. Binary Hashing Method comes shipped with the "safe character range" of 73 characters. This increases the infeasibility of computing a collision. Assuming you have a hash with a length greater than 21 characters, you have a much larger number of combinations for the hash than MD5.