[SecurityWeek] The Implications of China’s New Personal Information Protection Law

The cornerstone of Chinese national and international policy is a fundamental principle: China First. So, while its new data privacy law, the Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL), will provide solid protection for its people’s personal information nationally, internationally the law can be used as a weapon.

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Xavier’s diary entry “Multiple BaseXX Obfuscations” covers a malicious script that is encoded with different “base” encodings. Xavier starts with my tool base64dump.py, but he can not do the full decoding with base64dump, as it does not support BASE85. I’ve now added support for BASE85: base64dump.py version 0.0.0.16. (you can watch this video: “Adding BASE85 […]

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