I am working on a ctf (capture the flag) challenge and I have a string that I believe is important, but I don't know what encoding it is in. Is there a way I can decode the string in all of the larger encodings used? For example base64, rot13, html, url, ect..
closed as off-topic by Eric G, techraf, Xander, grochmal, Steffen Ullrich Dec 14 '16 at 5:28
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You can use CyberChef. It allows you to try out a lot of encodings, compression, etc and you can chain them together. Can run in the web or you can clone your own copy.