LET extension files have several application formats, some of them are described below:
In this usage, LET files have been identified as data files for a known computer virus and recognized by most popular antivirus programs.
Nuke Randomic Life Generator is a program that creates, attaches and overwrites computer viruses and Trojan horses. The program provides a graphical interface and requires virus categorization to create them automatically.
Viruses created with this tool are of the memory-resident type.
Due to the nature of the format, in this case, associated with the LET extension, it is not recommended, under any circumstances, to manually try to open the file with this extension.
In this case, the LET extension file takes on the Genesis 2000 software package data file format.
The defunct company, Genesis 2000, Inc is a California-based company that designed and produced mortgage automation software.
There is no more information about this format, since it is discontinued and obsolete.
Software for working with files with the LET extension
If you downloaded a LET file on Android device you can open it by following steps below:
To open LET File on iOS device follow steps below:
Populating this website with information and maintaining it is an ongoing process. We always welcome feedback and questions that can be submitted by visiting Contact Us page. However since there are many users visiting this website and because our team is quite small we may not be able to follow up personally on every request. Thank you for your understanding.