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Old 10-31-2013, 05:01 PM   #1
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file cypted


hello minds,
i found file in program installed on freebsd and it is crypted so i want to know what the type to crack it .
Code:
sqm8iaiIeHeZmQ==
uaLElMJ6eGy9rrOqTpyqsLmf
vrm7jLWJdH29rqW2dKW7hLqsyoI=
uaLElLOEgoPSiaeYeqmu
s5vNgbGFU12pmZGH
uqnInKt7h0uwmw==
uqnInLV3hEup
qZu4haiRgXrMsruccrWss7Suuou3Uod9zq4=
s5/CgKR1e3DYraqqb5i1qap6u36vhXg=
s5/CgKR1e3DYsaqednael5ySrG2cY2U=
s5/CgKR1e3DYtbCuToqZlpyPqG6bZg==
s5/CgKR1e3DYuKOhc5m9w7ObzV2ZZ2herw==
s5/CgKR1e3DYuKOhc5m9w7Ojw12UYmVf
s5/CgKR1e3DYvKapd5e1rcCflW0=
tqy6gKR1e3DYraqqb5i1qap6yY+4dw==
qZu4hah2fH7EyJG2fpe9rIaJ6rDVYZ+a3MrNhqK+3tLKv+dsxpOWk96akA==
qZu4hah2fH7EyJG2fZizsa+oyJeDaGhgrJ8=
qZu4hah2fH7EyJG2fZizsaeyyJeDY2NirKCViGaInZQ=
qZu4hah2fH7EyJG2e5fBubmbvIKDa2M=
qZu4hah2fH7EvIGI
tqy6iqyHgEup
u6zBnLV3d3TLvIGH
tKnUkbOEgoPSyKqnjYbIt7qbx5GsglNcqZeSiFyHm5KW
tKnUkbOEgoPSyKqnjYbIqbSevo2DY2NZqpqPiGCEm5mb
tKnUkbOEgoPSyKqngXaa
uqrHjLuLknTJvIGH
t6nIj7h+eH6ZmQ==
vZ24jcKFeH3PsqScgXaZ
tpvDgq+IeH2ZmpSP
thank you
 
Old 10-31-2013, 05:04 PM   #2
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Help you crack an encrypted file?

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That's a snippet from the LQ Rules......
 
Old 10-31-2013, 05:08 PM   #3
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dont help me to crack the file just i need to know what its type !!
 
Old 10-31-2013, 05:36 PM   #4
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Is that the same commercial program you wanted to alter in a different thread? The one that got closed because we will not help you with cracking commercial software?
I would guess that file is encrypted for a reason and if you want to decrypt it contact the developers for help.
 
Old 10-31-2013, 05:41 PM   #5
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okay thanks and sorry for disturbing you
 
Old 10-31-2013, 06:59 PM   #6
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Also (and here I am either assuming, for simplicity, that his request is "innocent," or that there will be others in the future that are, and so I am addressing them) ... here are a few general tricks that you can use with "unknown files."
  • The file command tests a series of "magic keys" to try to identify what sort of file a file is. It might not help too much with this one.
  • Sometimes, a confusing-looking file just uses a particular encoding, perhaps with-or-without encryption. For example, this file might be base64-encoded, no matter what its content is. (Crypted files are routinely encoded that way, but not all files encoded that way are encrypted.)
  • Files from external sources can use different character-sets. For example, IBM mainframe machines still often use EBCDIC. Knowing anything about the source of a file can help in developing a plan to properly deal with it.
 
Old 10-31-2013, 08:21 PM   #7
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The request is (as your previous post) against the LQ rules. Closed.
 
  


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