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When Lee Cullen (played by Vanessa Williams) sneakily goes into the "Vault" of Cyrez, a large weapons manufacturing corporation, to copy some confidential company data, as instructed by the FBI, she uses a computer, which displays this GUI:

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Do we know what OS is this? Or is it a specific program created for the movie, or some other application? If somebody knows about this kindly let us know.

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  • It's not enough to go an as an answer, but the shape and styling of the begin button in the top image kinda looks like a Mac OS button on the likes of a Macintosh Plus computer – Dave Jun 10 '18 at 0:33
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    It's not Mac, though there are similarities. The old black & white System 6, from 90 or so looked like this, but by 95, System 7.5 looked like this – Tetsujin Jun 10 '18 at 5:56
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    I suspect it's a made up OS, used to avoid paying royalties to any real OS manufacturer. Worth noting that they don't need to make a real OS - they just need to make an animation that does what the script calls for while the camera is rolling. – Steve-O Jun 10 '18 at 16:29
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This is not a real product; it is listed on a French blog post describing liberties taken with software in films; one of the features of the software in Eraser is that it shows the bytes being copied when you ask it to copy files. No real software does this.

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