The answer is: No.
Non-cryptographic hash functions may be a bad idea: e.g. don't store URI parameters (?foo=bar&baz=bar) in such a hash table, or you'll be vulnerable to rather simple DoS (this was all over the internet a week or two ago.)
I think universal hashing is the usual protection against that kind of attack, and I think universal hashing is not considered cryptographic:
Yes, but none as widespread. MD5 is available in every system, on every language.