(Sorry my posting isn’t in Dutch - this forum is the closest thing to a resource on Bureau van Dijk’s file formats. I’ll use simple English).
I have a database software product from Bureau van Dijk that contains *.bvd and *.enc files - this product was released in late 2011 so I hope it’s similar to the Dutch Foonbook product.
The BvD files have a header that shows it contains “dat”, “sec”, and “fsi” files within - however these sub-files appear to be encrypted.
The software product uses a password gained by filling in a form online.
I’m using IDA to help me disassemble the software. I’ve found the code that handles part of the licensing information - I think this is used to decrypt an encryption key within the software somewhere, but I haven’t found it yet.
I would really like it if someone can give me instructions and advice on getting to the raw, unencrypted, uncompressed data contained within.