Hi!
maybe this question suits better for an encrytpion or math mailing list,
but perhaps some have an idea:

I habe an encrypted url-string  (sent to an java-app, which I have as 
binary only):

KiMYR2tZHQo3NQcHMjkSUV5ac2BRKiplCwAZZioBLlsCUgpoADxrfwZbHzY1IFYnPUd8RSYkZC0H\nNBcyYRFUdmZZA3pYWUREQmY+cg5CSiVDWm1Fcg12DDA7QQ8PEmZWLnsDd3ALSU9YRQRnbDhkeEcz\nTDNvVUxUaWhFMTFIVzFveXZLQ3B1a1U0U09EVGFxU1FEUGRsV3BYM3pzOGRhdVpPMEx4ekRYeVNE\nWWIzSndoYnozVEJHYUplR0RKZlVxeGZxMjRubHQ=\n

that is decoded to (maybe it contains more infos like the hostname, but 
this link is included):
?channel=oe1&shoutcast=0&ua=flash&id=2016-12-05_0930_tl_51_7DaysMon13_229021.mp3

Can anyone tell me how it is encrypted (decoded)?
I'm sure it's not well encrypted, but I didn't get it.
Looks like MIME, but it's something more. Perhaps some mathematicians 
out there?

thanks!
Opti


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