I am working on a program that hides and encrypts folders/files using the 7zip standalone console and the CertUtil function in cmd.
First I put the folder into an archive using 7zip:
7z-sa.exe a -mx0 "folder.zip" "folder\" > nul
(no compression, basically turning the folder into a file)
then I apply this command to the file:
CERTUTIL -ENCODE "folder.zip" "folder.enc" > nul
Which will encode the file using base64 encoding.
However when the zip file is larger than around 80 megabytes, the CertUtil command will fail and the encoding won't occur.
Is there a limit for how big the files can be when using CertUtil? If so, is there a better option for encryption to use with cmd or a way to work around it?
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