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Hey Guys,

Looking for tips on how to extract files from a password protected zip file with AutoIT.  Checked out Wraithdu's zip udf but doesn't look like it supports PW protected zips.  Can someone point me in the right direction please?

 

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You need free component , or you can use AutoIt UDF that require a commercial product (Chilkat) ?

 


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Look at the docu for the commandline switches of an unpacker of your choice. This command e.g. works for rar.exe.

Local $sCmd = '"C:\Program Files\WinRAR\RAR.exe" x "' & $sFilename & '" -p' & $sPassword & ' -o+'

 

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You can also use the popular program 7-Zip. It is free, even for commercial use.

Here is a syntax example :

; Description :
; You will need the latest commandline tools of 7-Zip and the file 7z.dll
;   7za.exe   : without GUI
;   7zG.exe   : with GUI (optional) :
;               useful for larger amounts of data to display the running process.
;   7z.dll
;   7-zip.chm : Helpfile (optional)
;
; ==> I have attached the required programs, see : 7-Zip-Files-Version1900.zip

Global $s7ZipDir, $sCommand, $sSourceDir, $sDestDir, $sZIPFile, $sPassword
$s7ZipDir   = @ScriptDir ; directory where the tools and the .dll are located
$sZIPFile   = "Test.zip" ; name of the .zip file
$sSourceDir = @ScriptDir & '\source' ; *** just an example
$sDestDir   = @ScriptDir & '\destination' ; *** just an example
$sPassword  = 'password'

; Example 1 : Create a password protected .zip file
;    -> in case you want a GUI :
;    ---> replace 7za.exe with 7zG.exe
;    ---> replace @SW_HIDE with @SW_SHOW
$sCommand = $s7ZipDir & '\7za.exe a -y -tzip "' & $sZIPFile & '" "' & $sSourceDir & '"  -p' & $sPassword & ' -mem=AES256'
RunWait ($sCommand, "", @SW_HIDE)

; Example 2 : Unzip a password protected .zip file
$sCommand = $s7ZipDir & '\7za.exe x "' & $sZIPFile & '" -o"' & $sDestDir & '" -aoa -p' & $sPassword & ' -y'
RunWait ($sCommand, "", @SW_HIDE)
If @error Then
    MsgBox(BitOR(4096, 16), "Error : ", "Unable to unzip the file")
EndIf

EDIT : For the test, create a subfolder \source in the script directory and copy some files into it.

7-Zip-Files-Version1900.zip

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