I have a database file ending in .dat, which says nothing to me. Given that it uses a file per database, I assumed that it had to be some sort of sqlite, so tried to open with sqlite3 and has not been recognized as a database. Due to licensing issues, I'm unsure of how much information I can share about this, so I won't be able to upload the file. I know that it's not an encrypted file, and if I cat the file it looks like this:
<FE>^_(^@SR<89>^@^@^F^@^@^@Z^@^@^@XXX.Bin 6^RXXX.BankName s80^RXXX.CardType1 7^RXXX.CardType2 F^RXXX.Country Q^RXXX.BankPhone Q^R^T^F^D^C^C^X^@400094^R^@^@^@STAR_NETWORKS,_INCN/AN/AUNITED_STATES_OF_AMERICA^F^D^C^C^X^@400109^R^@^@^@EFUNDS_CORPORATIONN/AN/AUNITED_STATES_OF_AMERICA^F^D^C^C^X^@400110^P^@^@^@FIFTH_THIRD_BANKN/AN/AUNITED_STATES_OF_AMERICA^F^D^C^C^X^@
Any help on how I could export this to a sqlite database? If I only knew what type of database this is! I know that it's read by a program for windows and I'm trying to avoid making a script to read it character by character (there are no return lines) so any hints would be appreciated.