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EnCase: Mount password protected zip file

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Re: EnCase: Mount password protected zip file

Post Posted: Oct 03, 19 18:29


Unless the structure of the zip archive has altered: the local file header, which precedes each files compressed data, is in plain text. Part of the local file header includes the path and name of the file in the archive. EnCase is showing you the structure since that is in plain text, whereas you will not see decompressed file contents since as yet you have not supplied the correct credentials.

This should be similar behaviour to when you open the same archive in WinZip, you should see the structure - paths and filename. However to extract/decompress you need to supply credentials.

If you are trying this with EnScript, it maybe best to post on the EnScript part of OpenText MySupport (you should find it under the security forum).



Re: EnCase: Mount password protected zip file

Post Posted: Oct 05, 19 02:53

Thank you all Smile It seems better to export it and try it with powershell or batch script.  

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