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How to decode *.one files in OneNote Online format?

Hello!

I have a library that processes *.one files in OneNote 2010/OneNote Online formats.

Unencrypted documents are processed fine. Encrypted documents in OneNote 2010 format also causes no problem.
But I couldn't parse encrypted *.one files in OneNote Online format.

First of all I discovered that OneNote Online format uses different encryption settings: AES-256 with SHA512(OneNote 2010 uses AES-128 with SHA1).

But changing encryption settings didn't help me to read the file.

At the moment I struggle to build Object Group element([MS-FSSHTTPB], 2.2.1.12.6): it contains strange Object Declaration([MS-FSSHTTPB], 2.2.1.12.6.1) with 40 bytes of data. The header says that it is jcidVersionHistoryContent([MS-ONE], 2.2.37) but associated PropertySet is broken...

Is it possible to get clarification about my file to understand what I do wrong?

Thanks!

Sincerely, Alexei.

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Hi Alexei,

I will look into this for you. If you can share the file for inspection, please send it to dochelp at microsoft dot com.

I'll follow up with questions as needed here or in email.

Best regards,
Tom Jebo
Sr Escalation Engineer
Microsoft Open Specifications

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Hi, Tom!

I sent an e-mail with the file and details.

PS The forum doesn't allow to attach files with *.one extension.

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SreekanthNadendla-5100 answered ·

Hello Alexei, thank you for your question. We have created a support incident to track the investigation and an open specifications team member will contact you shortly.


Regards,
Sreekanth Nadendla
Microsoft Windows Open Specifications

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