.AES File Extension

  • File Type: AES Crypt Encrypted File
  • Developer: Packetizer
  • Category: Encoded Files
  • Format: Binary
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What is a .AES file?

.AES is an Encoded Files extension of a Binary format developed by Packetizer. You can launch .AES files on Linux, Mac, and Windows.

How to make a .AES file?

To create .AES files, you have to use Packetizer AES Crypt or any other software listed below. Programs for Linux, Mac, and Windows can be downloaded from official stores. You can also get .AES file editor from its official web page. To learn more about .AES file opener and its alternatives, visit the program official web site.

How to open .AES files?

You must have one of the programs that can open .AES files. Once you download and install the .AES file reader, you will be able to open all .AES files.

    • File Type 1: ooVoo Log File File
    • Developer: ooVoo
    • Category: Data Files
    • Format: N/A
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    What is a .AES file?

    .AES is a Data Files file developed by ooVoo. You can work with .AES files on Linux, Mac, and Windows.

    How to make a .AES file?

    To generate .AES files, you have to use ooVoo or any other software indicated below. You can download programs for Linux, Mac, and Windows from official sources. .AES file editor download is also available on its official web page. To learn more about .AES file opener and its alternatives, visit the program official web page.

    How to open .AES files?

    To launch .AES file on your platform, use .AES file opener by ooVoo or another soft indicated below. Once you download and install the .AES file viewer, you will be able to open all .AES documents.