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dcode

 
Recursively detect and decode strings, supporting hex, decimal, binary, base64, URL, FromChar encodings, Caesar ciphers, and MD5, SHA1, and SHA2 hashes. Warning: uses 3rd-party web services for MD5, SHA1 and SHA2 hash lookups. For sensitive data, use -s to avoid these services. More information: https://github.com/s0md3v/Decodify.
 
  • Recursively detect and decode a string:
     
    dcode "{{NjM3YTQyNzQ1YTQ0NGUzMg==}}"
     
  • Rotate a string by the specified offset:
     
    dcode -rot {{11}} "{{spwwz hzcwo}}"
     
  • Rotate a string by all 26 possible offsets:
     
    dcode -rot {{all}} "{{bpgkta xh qtiitg iwpc sr}}"
     
  • Reverse a string:
     
    dcode -rev "{{hello world}}"

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