Ensure you have access to the
You can either find this in a source build in the buildroot`/tools/hasher/target` directory or via download through Maven.
# Use the following to download from Maven Central into
$ mvn dependency:get -DgroupId=org.apache.shiro.tools -DartifactId=shiro-tools-hasher -Dclassifier=cli -Dversion=1.9.0
Once you have access to the jar, you can run the following command:
$ java -jar shiro-tools-hasher-1.9.0-cli.jar
This will print all available options for both standard (MD5, SHA1) and more complex password hashing scenarios.