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Which program creates *.fff encrypted files?


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Rileyworks

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On a previous computer I had some encryption software I downloaded from Tucows which used the extension .fff for the encrypted files. I need to decrypt them now to a new computer, but I don't remember the name of the program. Do you have any ideas? Thanks a bunch. Dohn
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Check HERE as it looks like a good list of programs that uses that type of extensions. :thumbsup:
Let me know if this helps.
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Thanks for the reply, but I had already searched and found that page. Those listed are not file encryption programs. Take care, Dohn
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File extension .fff is knows as Hasselblad RAW Image. The .fff file extension is created by Hasselblad. But If you have problems on opening, converting, or even playing .fff files, you can use the Adobe Photoshop Elements 10, Corel PaintShop Pro X4, softwares to solve.
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