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EncryptOnClick can't decrypt

Freeware: DeleteOnClick, EncryptOnClick, FindOnClick, HashOnClick, PatchOnClick, ScrambleOnClick, UndeleteOnClick
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svendsvin
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EncryptOnClick can't decrypt

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Out of the blue my encrypted folder war turned into a .edc file. When I decrypt it it becomes a .eoc file that also asks for decryption and when doing that it becomes a .edc file again. What can I do to get my folder back?
Swapna
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Re: EncryptOnClick can't decrypt

Post by Swapna »

Hi,

Please note that the files (or folders) encrypted by EncryptOnClick program has a .EOC extension, but it does not create any files with .edc extension. You can refer to EncryptOnClick help file for more details. Probably, that .edc file was generated by a different tool or 3rd party program, like this:

https://www.file-extensions.org/edc-file-extension

So, you have to first decrypt that .edc files using the application that encrypted it, and then use EncryptOnClick software to encrypt it if required.

Thank you.
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Re: EncryptOnClick can't decrypt

Post by svendsvin »

Hmmm... Very embarrassing but thanks a lot. I was quite sure I had deleted all Kryptel encrypted files and folders. Apparently I had not :oops: . Reinstalling Kryptel decrypted my folder so everything should be ready for EncryptOnClick.
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