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Base64 De-/Encoder

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4 stars

"Works exactly as advertised, and very fast"

March 19, 2009  |  By kschang

2009-03-19 19:38:37  |  By kschang

 |  Version: Base64 De-/Encoder 1.2.1


Very simple command interface
Help screen if no parameters entered
Extremely fast operation


Really needs a GUI, area to paste in text, ability to specify output,
need to auto-strip headers,
need to handle multiple attachment streams


Base64 De-Encoder is exactly what it says it is: it will encode something into a base64 text stream, or reverse the process by decoding. It relies on you, the operator, to strip out the headers, separate the attachment streams (if there are several), and present it with a clean base64 stream. If you do so, and knows command prompts, it is extremely fast and efficient.

However, one couldn't help but to think that this program could be so much more, like having the ability to auto-strip the headers, auto-separate multiple streams, have a GUI, suggest output names, have the ability to accept streams in clipboard or area to paste such texts instead of only load them from files, and so on.

That's s why it's only getting 4 stars out of 5. The author didn't go out of his way to add features to the program, but it does what it does very well. I have used it and extracted Word Documents out of raw base64 code inside e-mails. Works perfectly.

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4 stars

"Worked well for me. Converted embeded pdf back to pdf."

September 16, 2008

2008-09-16 12:22:12

 |  Version: Base64 De-/Encoder 1.1.1


No install. Command line, give it command, input file name, output file name and it is done.


None that I know of.


This program allowed me to convert an embeded pdf from an e-mail back to a pdf. The file was embeded as base64 information. I deleted all the parts of the e-mail that were not part of the encoded information. Saved the file and used that as the input for the program and my pdf was recreated. Worked great!!!

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Full Specifications

What's new in version 1.2.3
  • Added: 64Bit version to the Mac binary
  • Changed: Some minor changes
Publisher f2ko
Publisher web site
Release Date April 20, 2015
Date Added April 20, 2015
Version 1.2.3
Category Developer Tools
Subcategory Programming Software
Operating Systems
Operating Systems Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista/Server 2008/7/8
Additional Requirements None
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File Size 107.73KB
File Name
Total Downloads 15,624
Downloads Last Week 2
License Model Free
Limitations Not available
Price Free

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