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kali

How to hide/show files and folders in ISO image?

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I got two ISO's [Acronis True Image Bootable ISO, A Customized ISO pack files with all files hidden. Ultra ISO has an option (Advanced Hidden) to hide files/folders in windows Explorer. So I tried Ultra ISO to show files/folder of these ISO’s. But Ultra ISO can’t show files/folders of these ISO's too. How to do this (hide/show files and folders in ISO image)?

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Most probably (please read as surely) it is not really-really about "hidden files", but much more likely "hidden" volumes.

Easiest would be Isobuster:

http://www.isobuster.com/

Some related info:

http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/172655-strange-or-odd-multi-or-single-boot-cddvd-el-torito-images/

and:

http://reboot.pro/topic/20004-boot-a-acronis-true-image-2014-iso-image-with-grub2-at-uefi/

jaclaz

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Most probably (please read as surely) it is not really-really about "hidden files", but much more likely "hidden" volumes.

Easiest would be Isobuster:

http://www.isobuster.com/

Some related info:

http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/172655-strange-or-odd-multi-or-single-boot-cddvd-el-torito-images/

and:

http://reboot.pro/topic/20004-boot-a-acronis-true-image-2014-iso-image-with-grub2-at-uefi/

jaclaz

 
Thanks jaclaz, You are really genius.
ISO buster is working to show the files/folders. In a ISO file some files are hidden and some are showing correctly. I've made a bootable ISO file and I want to hide some files and folders like that. Could you please instruct me how to do that?
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ISO buster is working to show the files/folders. In a ISO file some files are hidden and some are showing correctly. I've made a bootable ISO file and I want to hide some files and folders like that. Could you please instruct me how to do that?

In the case of Acronis .iso they are NOT "files/folders", they are "volumes or disk (or disc) images".

I've made a bootable ISO file and I want to hide some files and folders like that. Could you please instruct me how to do that?

I don't think that there are "easy" tools to do that :(, those Acronis .isos are most probably made through some "advanced" options of mkisofs, or of genisoimage or xorriso (or maybe they even developed an "internal" "iso making tool".

jaclaz

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I don't think that there are "easy" tools to do that :(, those Acronis .isos are most probably made through some "advanced" options of mkisofs, or of genisoimage or xorriso (or maybe they even developed an "internal" "iso making tool".

 

Thanks a lot for your instructions with great talent. I added some screenshots of a ISO. I know you can find the way. 

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I added some screenshots of a ISO. I know you can find the way.

Maybe :unsure: I can, but I won't.

Seemingly that stuff is some piece of WAREZ, which are a no-no.

 

jaclaz

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You are really wise as well as so helpful. Thanks again.

 

Seemingly that stuff is some piece of WAREZ, which are a no-no.

 

I just wanted to learn. I always enjoy and try to learn critical and new things. I explored and passed a long time in the web to learn this things. But I didn't find any clue. So at last I wrote here.

 

Have a good time.

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The easiet way to bypass this is by mounting the file. Same with DMG and other Disk volumes.

Also keep up to date with your archives or just be mindful the file is another state.

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