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You could write a script which runs file --mime-type -b filenamegoeshere on all files in the system and if it ever changes for a file then you could immediately suspect encryption. I believe you'd need to tell the file command not to use the file extension as part of its consideration. If there's no easy way to do that, you could have it temporarily copy ...


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On Linux, you could use links or lynx or konqueror. They all are open source, so you can adapt them to your needs (with enough programming skills). And this is also true of Firefox. And you can run Linux in some virtual machine (e.g. qemu) under Windows. If you have developer skills, you could port links or lynx to Windows. The cross platform opensource ...


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