For the encrypted base64 encoded SHAX strings, what command can decrypt it back to original string, thanks
From the linked post, your original string was generated by a method such as
echo -n foo | openssl dgst -binary -sha1 | openssl base64
What this generates is a digest, with SHA1 being the method of calculating the digest.
In this situation there is insufficient data to reconstruct the original string. This digest is a checksum of the original string and can be used for validation; to verify a message hasn't been tampered with.
So if you have a file
xyzzy that contains your message you can run
cat xyzzy | openssl dgst -binary -sha1 | openssl base64
If the result is the same string as you started with then you can be confident it hasn't been modified.
The best you can do is remove the
base64 part to get the binary digest:
echo $base64string | openssl base64 -d
but this is not the original message, just the checksum. The original message is not reconstructable from the digest.