Decrypt and display the contents of your WhatsApps history by using this straightforward application that supports local and cloud backups
|Version||2.76 Build 36163|
|Updated||March 27 2020|
ElcomSoft Co. Ltd. N/A N/A
|Crack Size||69.2 MB|
|Systems||Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 2003, Windows 2008, Windows Server 2012, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
WhatsApp is one of the most popular instant messaging apps for mobile devices, not only due to its wide range of features but also due to the many operating systems it supports.
Since it is close to impossible to extract WhatsApp messages from a mobile phone, the only way to browse this information is to create a backup, then decrypt it using specialized tools, like Elcomsoft eXplorer for WhatsApp.
Before getting to enjoy the functions of this application, you first need to take some time to install iCloud on your computer. You can enter your credentials right from the main window of the app so you can download your WhatsApp backups from iCloud and load them.
Alternatively, you can load WhatsApp logs from a local backup file, assuming you downloaded it from your iCloud account on a previous occasion.
As soon as the required data is loaded, you can proceed to the next step, that of exploring the contents of your WhatsApp archive.
Elcomsoft eXplorer for WhatsApp Crack allows you to browse not only the text messages sent and received by you but also any attachments, such as videos or images. You can also review the phone numbers of the people you chatted with, as well as the exact dates and times.
Additionally, the utility makes it possible for you to restrict the number of shown messages by applying a date filter. You can also view only the incoming messages or the outgoing ones, or you can type a keyword and look for certain info within the logs.
All in all, Elcomsoft eXplorer for WhatsApp is a reliable and useful solution for all those who want to extract and decrypt the WhatsApp logs from their iOS devices, as long as they are stored on their iCloud account.
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