Are there file decryption softwares available, which can try multiple decryption algorithms and keys, and attempt to decrypt a file?

The encrypted files are not using public key / private key pair; hence theoretically decryption should be possible.

I have some encrypted script files, which are read by an application, and I want to study what is inside those scripts.

The ones which I found mentioned in other answers are mostly for SQL stored procedure decryption, password recovery, or educational tools where you can decrypt if you provide the key.

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    There are indeed such tools, used for "brute force" and "guessing" algorithms - the only troubles are that they are used, and guarded by, people like the NSA and tend to require clusters of Cray super computers to run on. – Steve Barnes Dec 25 '16 at 7:01
  • The script file size is always in a few KBs only .. like between 5 KB to 250 KB. I will like to try any such available tools. I know for sure that it does not require clusters of super computers, as there are people in the market with just a normal computer, who do it for a fee. – AllSolutions Dec 26 '16 at 6:19

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