I have a file that's nearly 200Mb. It was reportedly packed/encrypted with Kruptos 2. But it has a
.~enc extension. The header of the file is pure gibberish. Running
file says it's
data running mimetype says it's an
application/octet-stream. The only thing that looks like a way to identify the file is at the end of the file. It looks like it may be a checksum. Here's what I gathered from the hex editor at the end of the file.
My other hex editor shows the copyright symbols as dots
Is there a way I can run a decrypt command with trying all the available encryption types using the password I have? Or at least identify how this file was made and what it is?
One odd thing, I ran
df -T myfile.~enc and it says ext4 type filesystem. I tried to mount it but that didn't work. So maybe that's just a fluke.
Oh, maybe the file name would be a hint. It's