S3SS10N Wednesday – Base64 Encoding

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S3SS10N Wednesday – Base64 Encoding

Published: February 8, 2017 | By: Timber Wolfe | Views: 3526
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This Weeks S3SS10N Wednesday


This lesson covers Base64 Encoding. Base 64 Encoding is used so that information being passed up and down a wire doesn’t choke or confuse the wire during the transmission process. Base64 uses a limited character set and works by using original and encoded data. Base 64 also protects CPU processors.

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Timber Wolfe
Timber is a computer engineer providing consulting in cyber and network engineering. He specializes in Penetration Testing, Incident Response handling, Prevention, Static and Dynamic analysis of systems, Honeypots and data analysis and collection.
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4 Comments
  1. Thanks Timber For the Information, it’s really Helpful.

  2. thank you for information.

  3. very nice read and watch 🙂

  4. Thanks Timber. It’s nice to know what base64 is. Capitals (26), lowercase (26), 0-9 (10), + and / (2). Nice explanation.

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