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'''Belkasoft''' is a Russian company that sells products for analyzing Internet Messengers' histories (IMs) and browsers histories. These products include Belkasoft Forensic IM Analyzer and Belkasoft Browser Analyzer.
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DOCX is the file format for Microsoft Office 2007 and later.
  
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DOCX should not be confused with [[DOC]], the format used by earlier versions of Microsoft Office.
* [http://belkasoft.com/ Official website]
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= Container Format =
  
[[Category:Vendor]]
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DOCX consists of a [[ZIP]] file containing [[XML]] and binaries. Content can be analysed without modification by unzipping the file (e.g. in WinZIP) and analysing the contents of the archive.
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= Relationship to OOXML =
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For most purposes OOXML may be considered a subset of DOCX (DOCX contains additional features, like OLE serialization).
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Documentation on OOXML may provide a guide to analysing a DOCX file.
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= External Links =
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* [http://www.simson.net/clips/academic/2009.IEEE.DOCX.pdf The new XML Office Document Files: Implications For Forensics], [[Simson L. Garfinkel]] and James Migletz
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[[Category:File Formats]]

Revision as of 12:57, 8 December 2008

DOCX is the file format for Microsoft Office 2007 and later.

DOCX should not be confused with DOC, the format used by earlier versions of Microsoft Office.

Container Format

DOCX consists of a ZIP file containing XML and binaries. Content can be analysed without modification by unzipping the file (e.g. in WinZIP) and analysing the contents of the archive.

Relationship to OOXML

For most purposes OOXML may be considered a subset of DOCX (DOCX contains additional features, like OLE serialization).

Documentation on OOXML may provide a guide to analysing a DOCX file.

External Links