Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail , and so on; How do they check the content of an attached password-protected archived file like Winrar?
How is it possible that mailing systems like Gmail, Yahoo, and Hotmail are able to check the content of an attached password-protected archived file like WINRAR, if the password cannot be guessed, ...
I have an old PDF.zip file that is password secured. Naturally I can't remember it. Is there a way to change it or disable it?
So the scenario is this: I don't have the ability to determine/recover the master password for a production system that uses zip 2 archives. However, I need to be able to add new files to existing ...
After reading the question and answers of this and this, I left with an overall impression from the last one that zips were considered not safe and insecure way of sharing data. I still think ...
Following my answer. If I can list contents of password-protected ZIP file, check the file types of each stored file and even replace it with another one, without actually knowing the password, then ...
You have a zip file that you created with 7z to password-protect it with AES 128. Can a smart adversary extract the data only through brute force, or is the file vulnerable to other attacks - such as, ...