This tool searches multiple MD2 rainbow tables for matches to a large number of MD2 hashes. MD2 is a hashing algorithm and therefore is technically not encryption, but hashes can be resolved and reversed using lookup rainbow tables. The database contains millions of MD2 hashes and matching sources. Hashes have been generated from a large number of sources, including procedural generation using multiple UTF-8 charsets, common dictionary lists and also sets of raw binary data. Most hashes are also stored with their double hash or treble hash, along with binary versions.
"MD2 is specified in RFC 1319. Although MD2 is no longer considered secure, it remains in use in public key infrastructures as part of certificates generated with MD2 and RSA. The best collision attack against MD2 has a time complexity of 263.3 compression function evaluations and a memory requirement of 252 hash values."