Question about Ken Bushnell Encryption/Decryption Tool
Your going to have to locate the decryption tool that was supposed to come with the tool you used to encrypt the information. If you don't have that tool anymore you may be able to locate it on the internet. If that fails you will have to try a tool that decrypts files and hope it has the proper public key to get to your information. Most of these tools use a public key but figuring out which one is the hard part. Other than using a decryption service that will cost I don't see another option.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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