Wondering if anyone knows enough about encryption to work out how they do it for Smile Game Builder engine archives.
Older versions were just a ZIP file with a funny header and no compression - they're pretty simple to figure out.
Newer archives look very different, to me it looks like the files are XOR'd with a 16-byte repeating key, but each file in the archive might have a different key? In the example archive, the first file looks like it might use this key (\x1E\x20\x45\x1B\x14\x84\xC9\x8C\x53\xA5\x7C\x42\x7B\xA9\x62\xE9) and a file a little further on with this key (\x34\x7C\x25\xD5\xEE\x10\x2C\x2A\x4B\xE7\xE0\xAE\x83\xBB\x2B\x49)
I admit I'm no expert in encryption, so I could be totally wrong.
It looks like there is probably no compression, as there are whole sections of repeating characters that really should be easy to compress.
Is anyone able to help with this?
Sample archive (from game Monarch of Greed - Act 1) - https://drive.google.com/open?id=12A3UhodYRvFjaM9-F_SQQ5JTlmhyO0NC
Thanks for any help!