There are 3 file types use the .PAW file extension:
1. Pawaa File
File created in the pawaaFILE format, a format developed by Pawaa Software for secure storage and transmission of files, particularly in enterprise environments; encapsulates any file with an encryption layer and a usage policy so that the file is protected from unwanted access; also enforces audit trails and expiration dates so the file has additional levels of distribution control.
Pawaa Software products that are designed for use with the pawaaFILE format integrate with any enterprise application, including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat, and others. In each application, users can save a document as a PAW file and then securely transmit it to recipients via email or a company network.
NOTE: SecurelyShare is no longer developed and has been discontinued.
Updated: March 13, 2017
2. Paw Document
Document created and used by Paw, a full-featured HTTP and REST client for OS X; contains the HTTP API definition with headers, URL parameters, and environment values configured by the developer.
NOTE: The Paw application is used to generate client code, inspect server responses, and build HTTP requests.
Updated: January 14, 2017
3. Personal Ancestry Writer II File
Data file created by Personal Ancestry Writer II (also known as PAWriter II) genealogy software for Mac; saves biographical information about persons and their ancestors, as well as the relationships between them; can be searched and viewed on a timeline.
PAWriter II is compatible with the GEDCOM format. Therefore, you can import .GED files and export PAW files to the GED format.
|Personal Ancestry Writer II||Free|
Updated: September 27, 2013