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: uint32 {4}&nbsp;&nbsp; - Compressed Length <br>  
 
: uint32 {4}&nbsp;&nbsp; - Compressed Length <br>  
 
: uint64 {8}&nbsp;&nbsp; - File Offset <br>  
 
: uint64 {8}&nbsp;&nbsp; - File Offset <br>  
: uint64 {8}&nbsp;&nbsp; - <font color="red"> '' Hash? '' </font> <br>
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: uint64 {8}&nbsp;&nbsp; - Timestamp <br>
: uint32 {4}&nbsp;&nbsp; - Uncompressed {{Purple|(0)}} or Compressed {{Purple|(5)}}<br>  
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: uint32 {4}&nbsp;&nbsp; - <font color="red"> '' Type of compression? '' </font> - Uncompressed {{Purple|(0)}} or Compressed {{Purple|(5)}}<br>  
 
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byte {X}&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; - File Data <br>  
 
byte {X}&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; - File Data <br>  
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=== Notes and Comments ===  
 
=== Notes and Comments ===  
  
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* The Timestamp is the Windows FILETIME struct
 
* Unknown compression<br>
 
* Unknown compression<br>
  

Latest revision as of 10:31, 5 October 2007

BM

Format Specifications

uint64 {8}   - Number Of Files

// for each file (92-bytes per entry)

char {64}    - Filename (null-terminated) (filled with junk)
uint32 {4}   - Decompressed Length
uint32 {4}   - Compressed Length
uint64 {8}   - File Offset
uint64 {8}   - Timestamp
uint32 {4}   - Type of compression? - Uncompressed (0) or Compressed (5)


byte {X}     - File Data

Notes and Comments

  • The Timestamp is the Windows FILETIME struct
  • Unknown compression

Supported Programs