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Re: Base64 Attribute Encryption

Scot Hollingsworth wrote:
> Now, I use ldapmodify to edit an entry and instead of plain text, I getting the attribute as base64.

Note that the command-line tool ldapsearch outputs LDIF. LDIF mandates that
every attribute value containing NON-ASCII chars must be encoded as base64
(see RFC 2849). The value itself stored in the LDAP is not base64-encoded.

Try to look at the data with a UI LDAP client.

Ciao, Michael.