Is my file secure?

Discussion in 'Computer Security' started by Bible John, Feb 9, 2006.

  1. Bible John

    Bible John Guest

    http://johnw.freeshell.org/audio/Social Security NO_zip.rxf

    Can someone try to open this?

    Thanks,


    John

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    Bible John, Feb 9, 2006
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    Harri Mellin Guest

    In article <>,
    "Bible John" <> wrote:

    > http://johnw.freeshell.org/audio/Social Security NO_zip.rxf
    >
    > Can someone try to open this?
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    >
    > John


    what is it ?

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    cypher Guest

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    Harri Mellin <> wrote in
    news:xEQGf.44262$:

    > In article <>,
    > "Bible John" <> wrote:
    >
    >> http://johnw.freeshell.org/audio/Social Security NO_zip
    >> .rxf
    >>
    >> Can someone try to open this?
    >>
    >> Thanks,
    >>
    >>
    >> John

    >
    > what is it ?
    >


    Edit the file and you will see:
    "RescoR64 3.00 Microsoft Base Cryptographic Provider v 1.0
    Encryption"

    "Resco Explorer 2005 can keep your critical and sensitive
    data from prying eyes. It natively supports the RC2 (40bit)
    and DES (56bit) algorithms on all platforms. On Windows
    Mobile 2003 or higher devices it also supports the more
    powerful RC2-128, DES-56, 3DES TWO KEY-112, and 3DES-168
    encodings. Older PPC 2002 and 2000 handhelds must install
    Microsoft’s High Encryption Package to obtain the higher
    level encryptions."

    It's a utility for Pocket PC. If your version is using RC2 or
    DES it's insecure. If it's using a well implemented 3DES it
    can be secure, but there are other ways to obtain your data.
    (other than cracking the encryption e.g. recovering plaintext
    versions of encrypted files).

    You are asking your question in the wrong way.
    You should ask if somebody knows a good encryption utility
    for PocketPC.

    alt.security.scramdisk is a better group for such questions.

    PS. If you would ask your question in the good way you would
    probably get an answer like this:

    "POCKETCRYPT - Protects your Pocket PC

    PocketCrypt is a disk encryption software for PocketPC. It
    protects all sensitive information encrypting them with
    strong AES 256bit keeping them safe, even if the device is
    stolen or lost...."

    http://www.securstar.com/products_pocketcrypt.php

    Regards,
    cypher

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    cypher, Feb 10, 2006
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