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    You took them from here ? Isn't it ? Obliviously .fzip stands for Foxit ZIP so I think it's just a custom modification of ZIP format so I believe nothing special here.

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    Did you at least look at first two bytes to find out there's no 'PK' signature...? There's file list on the end of the archive, that could help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skymmer View Post
    Obliviously .fzip stands for Foxit ZIP so I think it's just a custom modification of ZIP format so I believe nothing special here.
    This is quite a brave suggestion because you can remember several *zip programs that have nothing to do with deflate, like NanoZip, 7-Zip, GRZip, GZip, BZip2, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nanoflooder View Post
    This is quite a brave suggestion because you can remember several *zip programs that have nothing to do with deflate, like NanoZip, 7-Zip, GRZip, GZip, BZip2, etc.
    Nice typo I bet that you already know that GZip's default (actually only one) compression method is deflate (according to RFC 1952)
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    Pfff I suck I meant, nothing to do with Zip e.g. PKZIP/WinZip/KZip etc. etc... You know

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