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    Default Need help decoding k6RxUlXhuZ1mBDLQL7E3tA==

    Can someone decode this string for me? Doing some investigation on WAP access through Fido/Rogers. Thanks. By the way, the result should be able to be entered on an iPhone keyboard. (No wierd characters. It's not “qRUṝf2/7)

    String:

    k6RxUlXhuZ1mBDLQL7E3tA==



    Thanks.
    Last edited by shawnie53; 04-22-2008 at 06:30 AM.



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    You're most likely looking at a hash of the password - let's say a MD5 hash. So no, you won't get the password that way ...
    char dumbass[128]="pasta.dat";

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    Quote Originally Posted by shawnie53 View Post
    Can someone decode this string for me? Doing some investigation on WAP access through Fido/Rogers. Thanks. By the way, the result should be able to be entered on an iPhone keyboard. (No wierd characters. It's not “qRUṝf2/7)

    String:

    k6RxUlXhuZ1mBDLQL7E3tA==



    Thanks.
    This is a base64 encoded string/message. I've successfully decoded it on a Linux machine, but the content is binary (so, I can't really paste the result here).

    You can try to decode it yourself on any linux/unix based system, as long as it contains the command "openssl" (usually from the "openssl" package). Just type the following:

    Code:
    echo k6RxUlXhuZ1mBDLQL7E3tA== | openssl enc -d -base64 > result.bin
    This will create a file named "result.bin", with the decoded string in it.

    Regards,

    Domingos

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    Ok, I saw your first message, and you already tried to decode it with base64.

    Anyway, the message IS base64 encoded, but the content doesn't seem to be utf8/iso8859-1/ascii.

    I don't know remember quite well which binary format MacOSX uses, but we can experiment a bit with iconv:

    Code:
    echo k6RxUlXhuZ1mBDLQL7E3tA== | openssl enc -d -base64 | iconv -f MAC -t UTF8
    qRUπf2/7
    Or try to run this command on a MAC machine.

    Regards,

    Domingos

 

 

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