single encrypted file extractor

Just for this case we have a tool for decrypting the blowfish files. In order to restore your .bf files, please apply the special application which is able to restore encrypted backed up data.
Here is the description of this application:

BFExtractor decrypts files with .bf extension. There are two modes of decryption:

1. File to File mode - used when the client would like to decrypt one single file. In this case encrypted file is indicated as "Source" and the folder, to which this file should be decrypted, is indicated as "Destination". Please note that the name of the decrypted file do not have .bf extension, for example: if Source - C:\A\HYPERLINK "" , and Destination - D:\B, then decrypted file will be D:\B\

2. Directory to Directory mode - should be selected when you have directory or directory with sub-directories, containing .bf files, and you need to decrypt all these files. In this mode you should indicate the folder, containing encrypted files as Source, and in Destination you should indicate the folder where you wish to store decrypted files. The program also decrypts all .bf files contained in sub-directories of the Source directory, and decrypts them in corresponding sub-directories of your Destination directory, which are created automatically and have the same names as original sub-directories.

Also there is a special option "Overwrite existing", which asks whether to decrypt or not the file, in case when such file is already decrypted in Destination.


 To restore a single file:

The restore procedure for a single file is very simple and you do not need to create a new Restore item in this case.
You need to highlight your Backup Item, then go to the Files View and select the file (s) you need to restore.
Then, right-click on the file(s) to get the Context menu and select the "Restore" command.


If you backup onto CDs, to restore a single file you need to:

1) insert the disc where the file was backed up to;

2) highlight the corresponding Backup item in the Items View;

3) go to the Files View;

4) select required file and right-click on it with the mouse;

5) select Restore command from the context menu.