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Convert dBASE IV encrypted database to Database.

We have found one software suitable in our database for this conversion.

This conversion looks like to be used for transformation of two database formats, namely .crp files (dBase IV encrypted database) and generic .db format, perhaps in attempt to remove the encryption. It is likely that you can do this only using dBAse and only if you have the password to decrypt the .crp file.

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Venerable database management system with long history

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Additional links: crp file extension details, db file extension details


A crp file extension is related to the dBASE, a database management system. A crp file stores encrypted database.


A db file extension is typically used for databases. They can be in many different formats but most are based on classical database engines like dBase.


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