What are base 64 encodings used for?
Base64 is a method for encoding 8-bit binary data into a character string that only consists of readable, code-page-independent ASCII characters. It is used in the Internet-standard Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions and is used there to send e-mail attachments.
When you have some binary data that you want to ship across a network, you generally don’t do it by just streaming the bits and bytes over the wire in a raw format. Why? because some media are made for streaming text. You never know — some protocols may interpret your binary data as control characters (like a modem), or your binary data could be screwed up because the underlying protocol might think that you’ve entered a special character combination (like how FTP translates line endings). So to get around this, people encode the binary data into characters. Base64 is one of these types of encodings.
Because you can generally on the same 64 characters being present in many character sets, and you can be reasonably confident that your data’s going to end up on the other side of the wire uncorrupted.
How To Do This?
- ★ At First Run The Tool From Download Folder, You Don’t Need to Install It, It’s Portable Software.
- ★ You can paste it anywhere on the Desktop.
- ★ There are two sections Available. One is for Encrypting & The other one is For Decrypting.
- ★ Now Type anything in Encrypt Section that you want to Encrypt.
- ★ Now Click On Encode Button’.
- ★ You Can Copy It by Clicking Copy Button.
- ★ You can Decrypt anything also in the same process.
Here is Tutorial Video Link