.KODE File Extension
KodeFile Encrypted File
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What is a KODE file?
A KODE file is an encrypted file created by 1SQ Technologies KodeFile, a cross-platform, key-on-demand encryption (KODE) application. It contains a file, such as a .DOCX, .JPG, or .MP4 file, encrypted with AES 256-bit encryption. KODE files can only be opened by KodeFile using a unique decryption key.
KODE files are typically used to secure various sensitive files, such as financial documents, images, and videos. They can also be shared with other KodeFile users, known as confidants, through KodeFile.
To encrypt a file in KodeFile, select Encrypt on the home screen, add your file(s) or folder(s), and click Encrypt. KodeFile allows you to encrypt multiple files at the same time but each file is encrypted individually as separate KODE files. When KodeFile encrypts a file, the .kode extension is appended to the file. For example, the sample.pdf file becomes sample.pdf.kode.
To decrypt a KODE file in KodeFile, select Decrypt on the home screen, add your file(s) or folder(s), and click Decrypt. KodeFile allows you to decrypt multiple KODE files at the same time.
NOTE: KodeFile is available for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS.