Base64 is a notation for encoding arbitrary binary data over channels that were designed to carry only ASCII Characters. Base64 consists of a symbol set made up of 64 different characters of
a - z,
A - Z,
0 - 9, and
+ and /.
If you compare the encoded result of base64 with base32, you will notice that base32 output will be shorter since base64 is using larger/bigger character set.
So, the following word :
Encoded to Base64 notation:
Toolkit Bay or TKB is an online tools website providing free and easy to use tools to increase productivy or just for fun.
If you have any inquiries or suggestions, you can contact us on: firstname.lastname@example.org
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