For those of you who have no idea what base64 is, it’s basically a standarized code. How it is formed is that when you input a string, the program puts your input through a rule of how it’s going to be modified. The output, then, is the input put through the rule.

I don’t quite understand it yet, but here’s some swear words in base64:

  • A** – YXNz (Yix-naz)
  • D*** (not really too much of a swear word now) – ZGFtbg== (Zig-fit-bag)
  • F*** – ZnVjaw== (Zinv-jaw)
  • Hell (not really to much of a swear word now) – aGVsbA== (Ags-ba)
  • Negro (no idea if it’s a swear word or not) – bmVncm8= (Benv-cem)

My favorite is the F-word since it’s the easiest to say. Keep updated guys!

Published by Geoffrey Liu

A software engineer by trade and a classical musician at heart. Currently a software engineer at Groupon getting into iOS mobile development. Recently graduated from the University of Washington, with a degree in Computer Science and a minor in Music. Web development has been my passion for many years. I am also greatly interested in UI/UX design, teaching, cooking, biking, and collecting posters.

6 thoughts on “List of Swear Words in Base64 Language

  1. What’s more fun, is doing it in the reverse order.

    Take the string
    and turn it into base64.
    Not work safe, and highly offensive 🙂

    In-case there’s encoding problems the hex codes of the characters above are:
    7e e7 24 60 e5 1c ba 7b 6c

  2. Sometimes it’s really that simple, isn’t it? I feel a little stupid for not thinking of this myself/earlier, though.

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