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how to read/open a crypted and compressed file from linux in windows ?

Hi,
I received a file from outside company with extensions " filename.csv.zip.crypt "
they said this file is sent from the server linux by their automated system. and advised us to use the open sources software like ( gnuwin32) to open them in windows 7.

As i am a novice with linux, i don't know how to open the file and convert to format windows;

Any other tips and easy way to convert this file to word, notepad format ????
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kriiis
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Gerwin Jansen, EE MVETopic Advisor Commented:
Looks like it is encrypted with the unix crypt program.

crypt is available in cygwin
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kriiisAuthor Commented:
Finally, the outside company gave me key to decrypt the file.

But the answer will be useful to decrypty the file without key.
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