How to decrypt an encrypted file

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How to decrypt an encrypted file ? I have to decrypt and encrypted file. Can anyone help me with the decryption method ?

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How to decrypt an encrypted file

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Do you know what is decryption and encryption? if yes then you must know the way how the file has been encrypted. If you do not know that then as a result the decryption algorithms cannot work. In some cases they work only because the standard decryption algorithms are loaded in software, which are tested for the decryption. If today you yourself code to encrypt a file then the file cannot be decrypted by any one else unless he knows the encryption method. Thus specify the encryption algorithm or a standard name of the algorithm at action for the decryption.

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Encryption is the conversion of data into a form, called a cipher text, which cannot be easily understood by unauthorized people. Decryption is the process of converting encrypted data back into its original form, so it can be understood. You can decrypt your file please click How to encrypt and decrypt check for more info.

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For Windows Vista users running Business, Enterprise, and Ultimate editions, here’s how you can encrypt or decrypt a file or a folder on your computer. To encrypt a file or a folder, right-click on the file or folder you want encrypted then select Properties. Select General tab and then click Advanced. Check “Encrypt contents to secure data” then click OK.

To decrypt a file or a folder, right-click on the file or folder you want decrypted and select Properties. Select General tab then click Advanced. Uncheck “Encrypt contents to secure data” and then click OK. Encrypting files or folders is a method of protecting them from unauthorized access by anyone.

EFS or the Encrypting File System is a feature in Microsoft Windows that lets you save information on your hard drive in an encrypted format. Encryption is the strongest protection that Microsoft Windows can offer to help you secure your information. In case you encounter a problem decrypting your file, you can use a program called Advanced EFS Data Recovery to restore access to your encrypted file.

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