seems to be protected by a password. A programmer's joke? https://github.com/hyc/fcrackzip
may be an alternative source.
- many compatibility enhancements and bugfixes suggested by Robert Meszaros.
- various small bugfixes noted by Jeff LaMarche and Max Alekseyev.
- updated to current gcc, autoconf, automake.
- added a TARGET_CPU=0 mode, for the C-only version.
It's possible to use a space in Zip 2.32's passwords, but the older FCrackZip (v0.2.4
) doesn't support this. Test case:
zip -e test.zip c:\config (enter the password "a b", 3 characters)
fcrackzip -v --length 3-3 test.zip (verbose, known length is 3 characters)
It it's easy to test if a password with spaces is supported ("many compatibility enhancements"), then can someone please try that? If it's too hard, or it still doesn't support a space, then it's probably not worth a release. I don't need it at the moment, I just gave it a try with a stable Zip/2 version and noticed it didn't work.
Please note that the long "possible pw found"-list is not the problem. The problem is that the list doesn't contain any space, and the argument -p a b
won't work (nor -p "a b"