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How to Decrypt A File When Lost Password/Key?

 
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 08, 2019 6:22 am    Post subject: How to Decrypt A File When Lost Password/Key? Reply with quote

Generally, files were encrypted by virus attack will cause the file path or drive inaccessible. Then how to decrypt a file when key, password or certificate? Today in this article we will guide you to perform encrypt file recovery to get back the original files before decryption om Windows 7/8/10.

EFS encrypts tool on Windows 7/8/10
Normally if we would like to keep secrets on the privacy files, most of the users will consider EFS encrypt tool. EFS is short for Encrypting File System, a Microsoft Windows encrypt tool that provides filesystem-level encryption, the technology enables files to be transparently encrypted to protect confidential data with physical access to the computer.

However, EFS will need a file encryption key, we called FEK to access the files. Generally, it allows the user to export the pfx certificate and you'd better save carefully to the safe path to make sure the files can be accessed.

How to decrypt a file after lost EFS certificate?
Method 1. Know first how the virus kidnaps the files
Method 2. Clear encryption attribute
Method 3. Ask the recovery agent for help

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