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The data is obviously hex encoded, except for that "0x" prefix which is commonly used for encoding hex. So the first step is to convert it to binary form. Once done this, we find a block of binary data, not ASCII. 00000000 ed d5 7b 4c 53 57 1c 07 f0 8b 22 c8 43 79 2b 08 |..{LSW....".Cy+.| 00000010 c2 a5 88 9a 8d 76 b4 34 08 22 70 a0 80 22 14 44 ...


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This is Base64 encoding, defined in RFC 4648. It's a very common encoding. You can decode it online on many sites, but your string doesn't seem to be something humanly-readable.



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