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.EWB is a proprietary format. It requires specific software "EasyWorship" to open and use. EasyWorship is licensed to a "site", for instance a place of worship. Extracting the content of this file type without the use of the copyrighted program violates the DMCA and our terms of use.

The posting of links or references to warez or any other type of illegal software is strictly forbidden. By doing so you risk having your user account terminated without warning. We will NOT help anyone we suspect of having obtained their software or services illegally.


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Yes close this just because you cant understand what the problem was though I tried many times.
Even a 10yr old can give answers like you did. Why would I need to come to a geek forum..
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The "problem" is the same one faced by DVD and Bluray movie owners. Although they may "own" the movie, they aren't allowed to break the copy-protection mechanism. You "acquired" this file from MediaFire, and well-known home to illegally distributed content.

There's only one way to legally open an .EWB, EasyWorshipBible file format. Buy a site license.
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Hi there! The ewb file is a sqlite3 format. But there´s a encrypted field... The sqlite3 is free to use, so any database created in this format can be read... C ya!!!


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