Re: what password encryption method is this?
Date: 30 Aug 2005 23:46:47 -0700
Decoding Base64 is as easy as breaking ROT-13. It's a simple, one-way
process. Base64 is indeed an *encoding* -- not an encryption, meaning
that there is, technically, nothing to "crack". Just find a Base64
en/decoder and see if what it decodes makes sense or not, that'll tell
you if what you're holding is in fact Base64.
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