.dcf

File Type 1 DRM Content Format File IconDRM Content Format File
File Format Proprietary (Sony Ericsson)
Usage Open manually
Rank ★ ★ ★  Common
Description

Media file encoded with DRM (Digital Rights Management) copy-protection; used by some cell phones for saving protected ringtones, pictures, videos, and other media clips; similar to a .DM file, but the rights object, which allows the encrypted data to be played back, is contained in a separate file.

Because DCF files are saved in a protected or "locked" format, they can typically only be opened using an authorized DRM-compatible cell phone.

Open With
Windows

IconSony Ericsson DRM Packager

IconSony Memory Card File Rescue

macOS

IconSony Ericsson DRM Packager

Updated 2007
File Type 2 Generic IconDocument Computation Format
File Format Standard (developed by ACCA Software)
Usage Open manually
Rank ★ ★ ☆  Average
Description

The Document Computation Format (DCF) was developed by ACCA Software as a standard data format for the building industry. It may include building-related data such as Bill of Quantities and Estimates documents.

DCF files can be opened and viewed with ACCA Software's PriMus-DCF.

Open With
Windows

IconACCA Software PriMus-DCF

Updated May 26, 2009
File Type 3 Safetica Free Encrypted Archive IconSafetica Free Encrypted Archive
File Format Proprietary (Safetica Technologies)
Usage Open manually
Rank ★ ★ ☆  Average
Description

Archive encrypted with DisCryptor, a utility for securely encrypting important data; supports Blowfish, Twofish, CAST5, CAST6, MARS, RC5, RC6, Rijndael (AES), and Serpent encryption algorithms.

DCF archives can be decrypted by an authorized user with any version of DisCryptor, including Free, Personal, and Enterprise.

Open With
Windows

IconSafetica Free

Updated January 21, 2009
File Type 4 Generic IconDisk Copy Fast Disk Image File
File Format Proprietary (Disk Copy Fast)
Usage Open manually
Rank ★ ☆ ☆  Uncommon
Description

Disk image created with Disk Copy Fast, a disk copying program for DOS created by Chang Ping Lee in the 1990s; used for duplicating floppy disks; supports DMF, XDF, FDFORMAT, 800KB, and Mac formats.

Disk Copy Plus, the commercial version of Disk Copy Fast, also reads DCF files.

Open With
Windows

IconDisk Copy Fast

IconDisk Copy Plus

Updated 2007
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