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accepted What do Windows 7 encrypted files look like?
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revised What do Windows 7 encrypted files look like?
Highlight the actual question and added Windows Encrpted Files == EFS, to enhance the reading comprehension.
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comment What do Windows 7 encrypted files look like?
I know about data, but in the special case of Window EFS the file system knows what files are encrypted. They are green and definitely not garbled.
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answered What do Windows 7 encrypted files look like?
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comment What do Windows 7 encrypted files look like?
Ahahaha, Robert good one. It does not get more generic then that. As a professional in the field I would expect a more nuanced answer. I just never used WEF; or rather Windows much. As far as I can tell from documentation on the subject file names are not altered by EFS. If that is true the files where not encrypted by EFS.
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comment What do Windows 7 encrypted files look like?
As I wrote, I am more and more thinking that the virus killed the files. THAT is why I am asking about how encrypted files "look like" when viewing them without credentials.
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revised What do Windows 7 encrypted files look like?
Changed "Home Pro" to "Home Premium"; deleted 1 characters in body
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comment What do Windows 7 encrypted files look like?
Home Premium, I will edit this in the text.
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asked What do Windows 7 encrypted files look like?
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comment Outlook 2010 Cant't Read Encrypted Email, But Send
I migrated the settings. But since then I removed and added the S/Mime settings.
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comment Outlook 2010 Cant't Read Encrypted Email, But Send
Thanks for the mention, fixed the typo.
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revised Outlook 2010 Cant't Read Encrypted Email, But Send
Fixed the typo.
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asked Outlook 2010 Cant't Read Encrypted Email, But Send
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comment Unix zip command
Ok this might sound weird, but many people say zip and mean "to compress a file", thanks to WinZip. Same as when I say compress a file, I don't mean unix compress. As he was referring to the best way, I though he knew about the zip / unzip commands...
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answered Unix zip command