I've recovered a .SQB SQL database backup file from a backup server and do not have the password. As I do not have the password available to me, I'm looking to determine what type of encryption is being used and also if it is possible to use any existing programs to crack the password.
Based on this link I believe the database to be encrypted using AES256 or AES128 but given that i'm not even sure where the file originated from, I'm not sure this is the case.
I've examined the top and bottom of the file for any kind of header/footer information but nothing is obvious. The end of the file is all 'FF' hex bytes and the header appears to be entirely random, a chunk of null bytes, then entirely random again.
If there is any way to identify the type of encryption used in this file or any software which supports attacking this type of file any help would be greatly appreciated.