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Date 2018-06-04.22:45:20
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Ideally there needs to be an option to ignore non-fatal errors. Indeed, pretty much any string should be base64-decodeable. Take a look at Perl's MIME::Base64 - it can decode pretty much any random string (so long as it only contains valid base64 characters).
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