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  • Zip Key 8.3 build 2867

    Does not support zip encryption that is the same as winzip’s made by powerarchiver. However the same aes zip from winzip can be recovered.

    This make powerarchiver more secure than winzip in aes encryption? even though it is compatiable with winzips aes encryption


  • conexware

    @davidsplash:

    Zip Key 8.3 build 2867

    Does not support zip encryption that is the same as winzip’s made by powerarchiver. However the same aes zip from winzip can be recovered.

    This make powerarchiver more secure than winzip in aes encryption? even though it is compatiable with winzips aes encryption

    any encryption can be broken with brute force attacks…


  • conexware

    so basically, PA does not create WZ AES archives, it creates PKZIP AES archives for full compatibility with zip standards.

    Pk AES implementation is a bit more complex to implement and no code for it is available online like for WZ AES, so thats why that software does not support it currently.

    However, AES encryption is very secure, in both WZ or PK standards.

    Select nice combination of letters, numbers and some characters such as .=(/&%%$$#""!)($ and it would take an century to decrypt.

    PAE is the same with added benefit that you need to decrypt the complete file to see if password is good or bad, so that makes complete brute force attack a lot slower.

    In any case, unless encryption is broken (such as zip 2.0 encryption), with good password, it is almost impossible to brute force it.



  • wouldn’t it be an idea to allow both aes zip formats so that people can have two methods of creating this archive.

    i mean so you can great aes archive at zipping and after it has been originally zipped.


  • conexware

    @davidsplash:

    wouldn’t it be an idea to allow both aes zip formats so that people can have two methods of creating this archive.

    i mean so you can great aes archive at zipping and after it has been originally zipped.

    that doesnt have anything to do with creation of aes archive after zipping…

    there is no reason to complicate things for users when it comes to different standards, as all the software supports reading both (good ones like wz, wr, pkzip, etc)…


 

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