File Extension Database

Open EMC File

An EMC extension file is an encrypted document used by Striata Reader.

Striata Reader

It is a program that allows users to view documents encrypted by Striata software, which provides customer communication solutions that replace static and print communications with engaging digital alternatives.

Relationship between EMC and Striata

In this case, the EMC file contains an encrypted document, such as an invoice, letter, or billing advice.

EMC files are primarily used by banks and credit card companies to send high-volume system-generated statements to customers and are also used by businesses for electronic invoicing.

Encryption in EMC files

When creating EMC files, Striata's software incorporates a triple decryption algorithm to ensure data integrity and confidentiality.

EMC files are typically decrypted using a shared secret, such as the answer to a question or a password.

EMC files are typically mass emailed to customers at one time.

That said, the EMC file can be considered as an encrypted file. This means that it can only be opened by the program that created it.

Opening an EMC file

When the banking institution sends you an EMC attachment in an email, you can open it with the Striata Reader app.

Software to open an EMC file

Open EMC File on Windows

Open EMC File on Mac OS

Open EMC File on Android

If you downloaded a EMC file on Android device you can open it by following steps below:

Open EMC File on iPhone or iPad

To open EMC File on iOS device follow steps below:

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