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  1. #1
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    Question One quick question about Teamspeak identities , how do they work exactly?

    http://prntscr.com/46teg5

    Can that be decrypted? Like to get my actual identity in the exported .ini file?
    Does Teamspeak use their own encryption?

  2. #2
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    This is your actual identity. There is nothing behind it. It is only a huge base64-encoded number, but no encoded or encrypted user name. Do you know the theory of asymmetric keys systems that is used in most of the authentication and encrypting methods in todays computer systems? SSL-encryption (used in https://) for example is one of the use cases of asymmetric key systems.

    And the number that is your Teamspeak identity is in fact the private key of such a public key cryptography system.

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