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Software that can be used for conversion of db file type to crypt format.

Using some specialized programs it is possible to transfer and restore older Whatsapp backup (.db files) and then use the chat backup function to generate a new backup, which currently uses CRYPT12 format. To get the previous CRYPT, you would have to downgrade it back with some crypt12 to crypt converter.

Updated: April 25, 2018

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

 

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DB

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.

Files with db file extension may also well be backups of chat history (message database) from WhatsApp Messenger app for BlackBerry and Windows Phone. 

Files with db file extension are generally databases. One of the database formats that uses the db file extension is created by Corel Paradox.

Files with db extension can be also commonly found as thumbnail databases from Windows operating system. Used to speedup loading images.

A db file extension is related to the Enpass, a password management software for various platforms. A db file stores encrypted password database.

CRYPT

Files with crypt file extension are most likely best known as chat history backups made from WhatsApp messaging app.

Files with crypt file suffix may also be found as encrypted and renamed archives affected by the "Scatterransomware.

 

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