Base64 is the format commonly used to encode email attachments. Base64 is also the preferred method for encoding binary data in XML documents. The encoding takes 3 bytes of data and converts it into 4 bytes of plain text using characters 0-9 and A to F.
Base64 is not encryption, it is used to package data for storage or transmission. This package provides and Base64 encoding / decoding component.
– Move the dll to a directory like: C:\Program Files\XStandard\Bin\.
– Open a command prompt and cd to the directory where the dll is located.
– Type regsvr32 XBase64.dll
– Grant “Read & Execute” file permissions on this dll to Everyone.
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– Base64 provides an efficient way to encode and decode binary data in text.
– Base64 is designed to represent binary data (like images, sound, video, etc.) as an encoding of plain text, without any loss of information. This binary to text encoding was invented at Bell Telephone Laboratories and popularized by a patent issued to Peter Shannon in 1981.
– Base64 works by encoding binary data as a series of ASCII characters. These characters are known as “Base 64 Alphabet” and are the upper case and lower case letters with the addition of some new special characters: “+”, “/”, “=” and “=” to signify padding to 4 bytes, plus an optional final “=” at the end to signify the end of the encoded data.
– When the Base64 encoding is performed, the binary data is converted into four bytes:
– The first byte represents the amount of data, from 0 to 2^24, by padding with 0.
– The second byte represents the number of data bits, from 0 to 2^6, by padding with 0.
– The third byte represents the number of times the data is to be repeated, by padding with 0.
– The fourth byte represents the bit pattern of the encoded data.
– Once the binary data is Base64-encoded, the resulting string of ASCII characters is split into equal chunks of approximately three quarters of the original length. Each chunk is then translated into a single digit of the Base64 Alphabet.
– The Base64 Alphabet is divided into three classes (uppercase, lowercase, and numbers). The digits of these classes are as follows:
– Uppercase: “ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ”
– Lowercase: “abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz”
– Numbers: “0123456789”
– The fourth byte is the class digit (one of 0 to 7), not the actual value of the data. The data is the actual value of the data. The conversion from binary to Base64 is as follows:
– Class digit: number of bits of data to repeat.
– Other: 0 – 8 bits
– 00xxxxxx – 2 bits
– 01xxxxxx – 3 bits
– 10xxxxxx – 4 bits
– 11xxxxxx – 5 bits
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XBase64 does not contain any encryption algorithms, thus there is no key for data transfer.
USING a HMAC based message authentication code:
string key = “567-TJORA4EJK3-gX0aZHg4z3Ym-8bnGkq2Jzb8xmKxM0vV-SX3m4gnPjMbzH”; // “hello” – encrypting the string with a secret key.
string encText = Convert.ToBase64String(HMAC.ComputeHash(new System.Text.UTF8Encoding().GetBytes(key),
This component supports the encoding and decoding of an array of bytes to and from a string which is composed of three bytes.
XBase64 can encode and decode in either little endian or big endian order.
For more information, please refer to:
// Decode this encoded string: 464e576f726174696f6e2062792031392e6d706572547261647369612b2044697369612b20496e7465726e655f706f726c69622e676966
Base64Util = “4e576f726174696f6e2062792031392e6d706572547261647369612b2044697369612b20496e7465726e655f706f726c69622e676966”
decodedBase64 = XBase64.DecodeString(Base64Util)
// This decoded string contains four bytes: “AGAB”
// Encode this array of bytes: 37 31 30 32
xBase64Array = XBase64.EncodeByteArray(arrayOfBytes)
// This string contains six bytes: “7d0101010”
EnumBase64Alphabet : public byte  =
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This package provides a class library, that includes an implementation of Base64 encoder / decoder.
This package also includes several utility functions that can help in the implementation of your own Base64 encoder / decoder.
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