These are the common SHA-2 hashes for the chain you entered:
SHA-2 (short for "Secure Hash Algorithm 2") is a cryptographic hash function
designed by the National Security Agency (NSA) and first published in 2001 by the NIST.
It is widely used in security applications and protocols, and its use is even required by some government agencies. The requirement is essentially to accelerate migration away from the previous SHA-1 standard, for which vulnerabilities were found and 2005, and which was broken in 2015.
For more details, see the SHA-2 article on wikipedia.
This tool makes use of js-sha256 by Chen, Yi-Cyuan, provided under MIT License.