UUID Generator

Generated UUIDs:


What are UUID/GUIDs?

A Universally Unique Identifier (UUID) or Globally Unique Identifier (GUID) is a 128-bit number that is globally unique, even across multiple computers or networks. It is typically represented as a sequence of 32 hexadecimal digits separated by hyphens.

Use Cases for UUIDs

UUIDs have a wide range of use cases, including:

Different Versions of UUID

There are several versions of UUID, each with its own generation algorithm and characteristics:

Compliance and Security Disclaimers

The UUIDs generated by this tool follow RFC 4122 standards for UUIDs. However, they are not suitable for cryptographic purposes or security-critical applications. They are intended for general-purpose use cases such as unique identifiers in non-security-sensitive applications.

It is essential to understand that UUIDs generated in a client-side environment like this one are not entirely random and may not provide the same level of uniqueness as those generated in a server-side environment with access to a high-quality random number generator. Additionally, UUIDs generated here are not sent to our servers and are stored only on the user's browser, ensuring privacy and security.