i don't know. I can't search more in the www than you can
(google would guide you to usercomments like the following).
Note that the sha1 algorithm has been compromised and is no longer being used by government agencies.
As of PHP 5.1.2 a new set of hashing functions are available.
The new function hash() supports a new range of hashing methods.
echo hash('sha256', 'The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog.');
It is recommended that developers start to future proof their applications by using the stronger sha-2, hashing methods such as sha256, sha384, sha512 or better.
As of PHP 5.1.2 hash_algos() returns an array of system specific or registered hashing algorithms methods that are available to PHP.
Btw are you looking for something specific? As you mentioned some (hasing) algorithms above, but not sha256 but even the much weaker md4...