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Conversion of crypt14 file format to sqlite file format beta

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Programs used to perform the conversion from crypt14 file to sqlite format.

It is likely that .crypt14 files are specially encrypted (256 AES) SQLite databases much like the crypt12 files from previous versions of WhatsApp. Unfortunately, the tools that work for .crypt12 no longer work for .crypt14 files, which means crypt14 to sqlite conversion or export is unlikely until someone makes working utility. Still will require proper decryption key.

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.

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Files with the crypt14 extension can be found as encrypted chat history databases from the 2021 version of WhatsApp Messenger instant messaging client for Android.


An sqlite file extension is associated with database files saved in the SQLite database format. Navicat is a popular program that can work with sqlite databases.

An sqlite file extension is related to WhatsApp Messenger for iPhone. An sqlite file contains chat history (message database).


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