man fcrackzip Command

Man page for apt-get fcrackzip Command

Man Page for fcrackzip in Linux

Ubuntu Man Command : man fcrackzip

Man Fcrackzip  Command

This tutorial shows the man page for man fcrackzip in linux.

Open terminal with 'su' access and type the command as shown below:
man fcrackzip

Result of the Command Execution shown below:

FCRACKZIP(1)                                                                                                                                            FCRACKZIP(1)



NAME
fcrackzip a Free/Fast Zip Password Cracker

SYNOPSIS
fcrackzip [ bDBchVvplum2] [ brute force] [ dictionary] [ benchmark] [ charset characterset] [ help] [ validate] [ verbose] [ init password
string/path] [ length min max] [ use unzip] [ method name] [ modulo r/m] file...

DESCRIPTION
fcrackzip searches each zipfile given for encrypted files and tries to guess the password. All files must be encrypted with the same password, the more files
you provide, the better.

OPTIONS
h, help
Prints the version number and (hopefully) some helpful insights.

v, verbose
Each v makes the program more verbose.

b, brute force
Select brute force mode. This tries all possible combinations of the letters you specify.

D, dictionary
Select dictionary mode. In this mode, fcrackzip will read passwords from a file, which must contain one password per line and should be alphabetically
sorted (e.g. using sort(1)).

c, charset characterset specification
Select the characters to use in brute force cracking. Must be one of

a include all lowercase characters [a z]
A include all uppercase characters [A Z]
1 include the digits [0 9]
! include [!:$%&/()=?{[]}+*~


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Apt Get Commands