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ZipEncrypt and aID

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Ahem...

ZipEncrypt is basically a batch program inside autoit that encrypts a file, zips it, encrypts it, zips it over and over in what I call "blocks". Here is part of the readme tha I havn't finished yet:

01. What is ZipEncrypt?

ZipEncrypt is a new idea from erifash

that will allow you to protect your

files in a small file size. To demonstrate,

I have added a file called "ZIPENC.ENC".

The file size of ZIPENC.ENC is 10 kilobytes.

If you open it in Notepad, you will see it's

just a bunch of messed up letters that you

can't understand at all. ZIPENC.ENC is

actually a 1 MB file that is composed of

all zeroes. As the demo, the password to

ZIPENC.ENC is "0" (without the quotes --

that's zero, NOT "O"). Try unzipping it

yourself!

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aID is an INI string storage system that requires a username and password (plus has a cool splash screen!). It used to be only for floppy disks so that's where I got the "a" in aID.

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Both source codes are included but they are (fake) copyrighted. Just for show people.

Also, all questions/comments are greatly appreciated! Hope you like it!

Here:

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oops! did I just BUMP this? </sarcasm>

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OMG! Someone please reply!

I spent sooooooo much time on these programs!

21 people have viewed this page and 4 people downloaded

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BUT NOT ONE HAS REPLYED...

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Nice program, works great.

Theres not much more to say than gj and I am looking forward to your future scripts :)

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OK ... I tested ZipCrypt against standard ol Winzip.

Winzip won this by 10 kb on a 371 kb file using a 256 bit AES Encryption

Winzip also won this by 5 kb on a 1.7 meg file using the same settings

The type of file (as well as the contents of said file) determines the file size

the zipped item turns out to be. Raw data such as 0's will allways show

extremely good compression.

AES encryption: AES is the Advanced Encryption Standard, which is the result of a three-year competition sponsored by the U.S. Government's National Institute of Standards (NIST). This encryption method, also known as Rijndael, has been adopted by NIST as a Federal Information Processing Standard.

Not to take away from your program though ... very nice work

Maybe you can play with GUI and make it even easier to use


We have enough youth. How about a fountain of SMART?

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@erifash

Very cool, nice work on the scripts.

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Maybe you can play with GUI and make it even easier to use

Ya that would be a good idea,

But then again it is version 0.3.

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Since I saw in the source, that aID only works on Windows XP, this represents a disadvantage.(I think)  ;)

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I just put that in there because I was playing around with some macros. :D

Thanks for the comments people! I know that killaz219 asked if he could put zipencrypt in his encryption program and I am currently working on that! (plus GUI, maybe :) )

And yes, psichosis, the encryption ratio (highest tested= 1024:10) depends on whats in the file, and I know that if you're not careful it'll make the file BIGGER than it started out. :) ouch!

So, thanks for the comments people!

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