.EOC File Extension
EncryptOnClick Encrypted File
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What is a EOC file?
An EOC file is a file that has been encrypted using EncryptOnClick, a free program that allows users to encrypt files using 256-bit AES encryption. It contains a file, such as a .DOCX, .TXT, .PDF, or .JPG file, that has been encrypted and is password-protected. EOC files can be decrypted using EncryptOnClick.
EncryptOnClick is a free encryption program that allows users to compress and encrypt their files, allowing them to store and transfer files more easily and securely. When a user encrypts a file with EncryptOnClick, the program creates a password-protected EOC file that contains a copy of the original file. The user (or another user who has access to EncryptOnClick and knows the password used to encrypt the file) can restore the file to its original, unencrypted state by decrypting it in EncryptOnClick.
How do I open a EOC file?
You an open an EOC file by installing EncryptOnClick (Windows) and either:
- Double-clicking your EOC file.
- Opening EncryptOnClick, selecting Decrypt → File, and selecting your EOC file.
When the Decrypt Password window appears, enter the password used to encrypt your EOC file and then click OK. EncryptOnClick will then decrypt your EOC file, returning it to its original form.