A tool for extracting files from disk images.
File Ripper is a file extractor based on header recognition. It can be used to recover files from unfragmented disk images where filesystem information has been lost or otherwise corrupted, or the files have been inadvertently deleted. It detects and extracts PNG, HTML, GIF, ZIP, LBM, PBM, ANM, BAT, BAS, RTF, HLP, WAV, WRI, JPG, ARJ, DOS EXE, ANS, ZZT, FRM, text BAS, BMP, MZB, FLI, MSP, DOC, MZX, GDM, IT, S3M, SAV, BRD, LZH/LHA, MOD, XM, VOC, SVX, ABM, Quetzal, and certain obscure bulletin board system formats.
released on 27 March 2007
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28 March 2007
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