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Re: looking for examples of encrypted SPV files

From: Ben Pfaff
Subject: Re: looking for examples of encrypted SPV files
Date: Sun, 1 Dec 2019 16:55:50 -0800

Thanks a lot. I used these samples to add support for decrypting SPV files.

The "lock" feature turns out to indeed be just a flag. It changes a
top-level "lockReader" attribute from "false" to "true".

On Sun, Nov 17, 2019 at 2:13 PM Alan Mead <address@hidden> wrote:
> Ben,
> This is a small sample dataset saved (using SPSS 26) as an unencrypted SAV, 
> an encrypted SAV, and a tab-delimited. The password is "Password1" and there 
> a text file containing this string in the ZIP file.
> Let me know if you need a bigger example or with more variation.
> -Alan
> On 11/17/2019 1:24 PM, Ben Pfaff wrote:
> Hi! I'm continuing my work on making PSPP read and write SPV files.
> Actually, I'm getting really close to pushing the work into PSPP. One
> of the loose ends I've got is encrypted SPV files. I'd appreciate it
> if someone could provide an example of such a file, along with the
> plaintext (unencrypted) version of it and the password needed for
> decryption. Then I ought to be able to support decrypting those files
> in PSPP.
> Thanks,
> Ben.
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