Decryption and Encryption From a Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2)
If you need to encrypt some files, you can simply encrypt one by one, by double clicking the encrypted file or by right clicking and copying it to the clipboard, then by clicking and dragging it to the "rypt" or "decryption" box in the dialogue box of the Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) windows. It will then prompt you with " encrypt or clear the files? ", then it will give you options like encryption or decryption. Click on the "OK" button to continue. The new password will be given in the same way as if you were typing it while decrypting.
Launch XVI32 Hex editor, highlight the text file and select "Open in Hex Editor", it will open a new window and you will see a tool bar, from where you can browse to the place where you need to extract the selected text file. You can also drag and drop the text file into the application, but remember to make sure that it is not trapped in any other application. When everything is ready, just close the application and launch again. It will decrypt the selected text file and then encrypt it. The resulting file will be Tagged with "aTcYbze. decrypt" at the end. It is now ready to be encrypted and decrypted.
All you have to do is click "decrypt" when the decrypt dialog box shows up, and your decrypted text will appear in hex. Now, you can send the text to your recipient. It is very easy and simple to decrypt Windows XSI32 files. It does not require any special skills and you can even download free versions of hex editors that come with free software to help you get started quickly.