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PostPosted: Thu Jun 18, 2015 5:30 pm    Post subject: Assistance accessing an encrypted zip file Reply with quote

Hello all,
I'm currently working on case that I am having difficultly with and could use a sanity check. I am trying to access a file contained in a zip file which was created and encrypted by 7zip. It contains a file that I believe is security camera footage. I've entered the file into PRTK but it seems unlikely its going to be cracked.

Here are the following locations I've checked for the password:
- all email PSTs
- Intelliforms in the registry
- dumped the SAM and decrypted NTLM hashes

- popular user locations, Documents, Downloads, Desktop, etc
I found a list of what I though were passwords but after performing a dictionary attack against the zip, I was wrong.

Any ideas or thoughts?
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