This given bitmap has a single row of grey values, with the hint 'I am the not of a file'. This sounds like the values are the "not" as in, inverse of a file. This python script I wrote will spit out the values of the bitmap:
#!/usr//bin/python import Image import sys im = Image.open("12.bmp") newnumber = 0 oldnumber = 0 counter = 0 width = range(0,123) hight = range(0,1) for each2 in hight: for each1 in width: it = im.getpixel((each1,each2)) print chr(255-it), sys.stdout.softspace = 0 print
If you run this you get:
PK���t��8ZJ�G pass.txt6ae4nt5TBPK����t��8ZJ�G � pass.txtPK���6/
There is something in there... is that a zip file?
$ python decode.py > file $ file file file: Zip archive data, at least v2.0 to extract $ unzip file Archive: file extracting: pass.txt $ cat pass.txt 6ae4nt5TB