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Windows Programs can save file data to disc even when you do not want them to for back up purposes or for file retrieval purposes when a crash occurs.  This is good for retrieving lost data, but not so good when handling sensitive data


  1. Type "CTRL+M"
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  1. Click on "Type Message" button


  1. Select "Load No Decryption" in Bottom List
  2. Click on "3 Load No Decryption" button


  1. Select "e_crypt7.exe.txt" file
  2. Type "Alt+1" or click on "Select File -1" button


  1. Type "Alt+3" or click on "Process -3" button


  1. Select "All on ClipBoard" in top List
  2. Type "Alt+2" or click on "2 All on ClipBoard" button


  • This is the contents pasted into Ultra Edit Hex Edit function


  • This the contents of the file "e_crypt7.exe.txt" opened in Linux text editor Pluma and copied to clipboard and pasted into Ultra Edit Hex Edit function
  • Pluma is a small and lightweight text editor for the MATE Linux Desktop


Load second instance of Program "e_crypt7.exe" and type "CTRL+M"

  1. Click on "Read File Sectors" button


  1. Click on "Get File" button


  1. Type "Alt+3" or click on "Process -3" button


  1. Select "Read Sector(s) in List


  1. Click on "Read Sector(s) button


  • This shows the contents of the file "e_crypt7.exe.txt"