.SFI File Extension

A .SFI file is a SafeFolder Encrypted File, created by

Open with SafeFolder. Available for Windows.

What is a .SFI file?

A .SFI file is a type of encrypted file that is created by a program called SafeFolder. This program is used to protect sensitive files by encrypting them, which means it converts the files into a secure format that can only be accessed by certain people with the right tools or passwords. The .SFI file format includes special security features like digital rights management (DRM) and identity management. These features help control who can access the file and what they can do with it.

To open a .SFI file, you need to use the SafeFolder application, which is part of the suite of tools. This application allows you to decrypt and access the contents of the .SFI file, assuming you have the necessary permissions or encryption key.

To encrypt files using the SafeFolder application, you can simply drag and drop the files you want to secure onto the SafeFolder app. This will convert them into the .SFI format, making them secure.

It's important to note that as of 2016, the, which includes SafeFolder, is no longer being developed or maintained. This means there will be no new updates or support for the software, which could affect its usability and security over time.


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