the password isn't stored in the actual file but will be the encryption key of the archive.
Most of these applications use brute force and rely on a list to "attack" the password zip file.
most of these lists are english and don't have any special characters, so if you used a non english password with special characters then you will not be able to "hack" the password
Actually, I used winrar most of time. So the compressed files would be packed by it.
And the apps I mentioned above all of them support hacker both the zip and rar types of files.
I do confirmed that the files compressed would be used plain westerm characters only.
However, the first one support less than 4 characters only.
Looking for another one is still in progresss.
Thank you for your info.