http://www.goof.com/pcg/marc/fcrackzip.htmltim86 said:I forgot the password to an old zip file that I had password protected. Does anyone know of a password recovery utility that works on OSX...?
Darwin is the name of the core system that OS X is based on. A Darwin port is just a binary that is compiled to run with OS X. The Darwin ports software is just an easy way to access lots of this type of software. There is a program called fink that does a similar thing. They come from the unix side of OS X.tim86 said:Do I need to install 'Darwin ports' in order to use the Zip Crack software...? I'm a Mac newbie and have no idea what a Darwin port is, much less should I be installing one on my system.
I don't know of any for the Mac. If you had an Intel Mac, you could run a GUI password recovery program through Windows + Parallels.tim86 said:Does anyone know of a standard app that that works without using a command prompt ?
Just put a space after the «change directoy» command like so;I keep on getting the following message:
-bash: cd/Users/myname/Desktop/fcrackzip_directory/: No such file or directory
This appears after dropping the directory on Terminal
you have forget your zip file password and looking for the password recovery utility then try stellar phoenix zip recovery utility. This software is compatible with Mac OSX. Try this; it may solve your problem.I forgot the password to an old zip file that I had password protected. Does anyone know of a password recovery utility that works on OSX...?