encryption: can not I detect my hash type even if I have the password?


I can not find the type of hash used in a database hosted on a virtual machine.

I return all the files in the user table:

Here is my hash: "c39e02416d974229752c28d7fcefe6e1".

my password is: "azerty123456".

I noticed that the user table had a column called "password_type" that has a value: "default".

Also the username is: "aya".
I tried using hash-identifier to detect the hash. This is the result:

    HASH: c39e02416d974229752c28d7fcefe6e1

Possible Hashs:
[+]  MD5
[+]  Credentials in domain cache - MD4 (MD4 (($ pass)). (Strtolower ($ username)))

Less possible hass:
[+]  RAdmin v2.x
[+]  NTLM
[+]  MD4
[+]  MD2
[+]  MD5 (HMAC)
[+]  MD4 (HMAC)
[+]  MD2 (HMAC)
[+]  MD5 (HMAC (WordPress))
[+]  Haval-128
[+]  Haval-128 (HMAC)
[+]  RipeMD-128
[+]  RipeMD-128 (HMAC)
[+]  SNEFRU-128
[+]  SNEFRU-128 (HMAC)
[+]  Tiger-128
[+]  Tiger-128 (HMAC)
[+]  md5 ($ pass. $ salt)
[+]  md5 ($ salt. $ pass)
[+]  md5 ($ salt. $ pass. $ salt)
[+]  md5 ($ salt. $ pass. $ username)
[+]  md5 ($ salt.md5 ($ pass))
[+]  md5 ($ salt.md5 ($ pass))
[+]  md5 ($ salt.md5 ($ pass. $ salt))
[+]  md5 ($ salt.md5 ($ pass. $ salt))
[+]  md5 ($ salt.md5 ($ salt. $ pass))
[+]  md5 ($ salt.md5 (md5 ($ pass). $ salt))
[+]  md5 ($ username.0. $ pass)
[+]  md5 ($ username.LF. $ pass)
[+]  md5 ($ username.md5 ($ pass). $ salt)
[+]  md5 (md5 ($ pass))
[+]  md5 (md5 ($ pass). $ salt)
[+]  md5 (md5 ($ pass) .md5 ($ salt))
[+]  md5 (md5 ($ salt). $ pass)
[+]  md5 (md5 ($ salt) .md5 ($ pass))
[+]  md5 (md5 ($ username. $ pass). $ salt)
[+]  md5 (md5 (md5 ($ pass)))
[+]  md5 (md5 (md5 (md5 ($ pass))))
[+]  md5 (md5 (md5 (md5 (md5 ($ pass)))))
[+]  md5 (sha1 ($ pass))
[+]  md5 (sha1 (md5 ($ pass)))
[+]  md5 (sha1 (md5 (sha1 ($ pass))))
[+]  md5 (strtoupper (md5 ($ pass)))

I tried to generate the hash using my password "azerty123456" and I entered it with my username or with the value of the password_type column. I do not get the same hash: /.