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content itself is often [[DER]] encoded. Then PEM is an additionnal layer to easy cut and paste in mails/texts of binary content.
 
content itself is often [[DER]] encoded. Then PEM is an additionnal layer to easy cut and paste in mails/texts of binary content.
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Revision as of 18:35, 24 March 2013

Privacy Enhanced Mail (PEM) is a format with goal to embed binary content into a content typed 7bits ASCII format.

it looks like a HEADER line a binary content encoded in base64 cut by lines and a TAIL.

content itself is often DER encoded. Then PEM is an additionnal layer to easy cut and paste in mails/texts of binary content.