On 14 Dec 2003 at 20:08, Timothy J. Luoma wrote: I don't really know of any, as I really only learned about cracking, to protect myself. Its really not my thing. Maybe search for: 'winzip+file+password+cracker' or pkzip instead of winzip. there should be a few out there. You can grab a hex editor too, and search for it (in the file) your self. But i don't know, its been quite a few years since i ever read anything about it. anyway, good luck. > On Sun, 14 Dec 2003, Ryan Tames wrote: > > > On 12 Dec 2003 at 23:04, Tim Luoma wrote: > > > > I'll give you a few hints: > > > > -- any zip password deleter will work. Why? Becouse its always > > in the same place in a file. The only thing you need to do to remove > > the password protection, is either change a value in the file, or, > > delete the string. > > > Googling for zip password delete did not turn up any programs that > will delete them. Do you know of any? > > > > -- If your storing confidental information, always, always, always > > use encryption software such as PGP. > > This information was just to be kept away from casual eyes.