This topic describes the unstructured files from which Sensitive Data Discovery and Protection (SDDP) can detect sensitive data.

No. File No. File
1 C or C++ source file 85 Tokyo Cabinet database file
2 Lua file 86 X3D model XML file
3 JavaScript source file 87 XML file
4 VRML source file 88 XML sitemap file
5 BCPL source file 89 DBF file
6 Windows initialization file 90 PGP file
7 Java source file 91 FTP session file
8 BAT file 92 Binary file
9 Objective-C source file 93 EML file
10 Pascal source file 94 Visio file
11 Perl source file 95 iWork file
12 Python source file 96 WPD file
13 Ruby source file 97 WPS file
14 TCL source file 98 Microsoft Works file
15 Java JCE KeyStore file 99 Microsoft Office file
16 Java KeyStore file 100 XPS file
17 Shell script 101 Email file
18 HTML file 102 VCF file
19 GO source file 103 Microsoft Reader file
20 DataX configuration file 104 Excel file
21 IIS configuration file 105 Outlook file
22 Tomcat configuration file 106 Word file
23 MaxCompute configuration file 107 PDF file
24 OpenVPN configuration file 108 FDF file
25 OSS configuration file 109 Lotus Multi-Byte Character Set file
26 Tomcat application configuration file 110 Lotus Word Pro file
27 Tomcat users configuration file 111 PowerPoint file
28 WebLogic configuration file 112 SVG image XML file
29 SSH configuration file 113 CAD file
30 DICOM data file 114 MP4 file
31 HDF file 115 MPEG file
32 GIF file 116 Audio and video files
33 JP2 file 117 MP4A file
34 JPEG file 118 3GPP file
35 JPM file 119 GnuCash XML file
36 JPX file 120 3GPP2 file
37 JXR file 121 H.264 file
38 PCX file 122 MJ2 file
39 PNG file 123 MP2 file
40 TIFF file 124 MP2T video file
41 Photoshop file 125 SSH public key
42 DjVu file 126 MP4V file
43 Icon file 127 Text file
44 BIOS logo file 128 MPEG-4 file
45 BMP file 129 MPV file
46 Canon CR2 file 130 QuickTime video file
47 Canon CR file 131 DVB file
48 Cartesian Perceptual Compression 132 FLC file
49 DPX file 133 FLI file
50 EPS file 134 JNG file
51 OpenEXR file 135 M4V file
52 Gem file 136 MNG file
53 Mac OS icon file 137 ASF file
54 Full-text index in the Windows help system 138 SG file
55 Windows installation information 139 ACC file
56 NIFF file 140 SSH private key
57 Olympus ORF file 141 M4A file
58 Paint.NET file 142 DOS executable file
59 Windows Help documentation 143 Empty file
60 Polar Monitor Bitmap file 144 COM file
61 Windows precompiled file 145 ELF file
62 Greymap file 146 Object file
63 Pixmap file 147 tcpdump capture file
64 QuickTime image file 148 7-ZIP file
65 TGA file 149 BZIP2 file
66 Windows INF file 150 Cabinet file
67 X3F original image file 151 Common compressed file
68 XPM file 152 LHA file
69 XWD file 153 LRZIP file
70 BPG file 154 LZ4 file
71 MongoDB database file 155 LZIP file
72 MySQL database file 156 UNIX compressed file
73 Oracle database file 157 LZMA file
74 PostgreSQL database file 158 GZIP file
75 SQLite3 database file 159 XZ file
76 Redis database file 160 Zstandard compressed file
77 SQL Server database file 161 Zstandard dictionary file
78 Berkeley database file 162 ZIP file
79 dBase database file 163 ZLIB file
80 GNU dbm or ndbm database file 164 Qpress compressed file
81 Access database file 165 Snappy file
82 Scalable storage engine database file 166 RAR file
83 MSVC database file 167 TAR file
84 Windows application compatibility database N/A N/A