Folder lock software????

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  1. medigit

    medigit New Member

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    hey guys,
    i want to ask about a software which will..

    lock folder with minimum ease so that others logged onto the same computer cannot view the contents of the folders.Folder Lock makes the locked folder invisible to everyone.I dont want that .i want the folder to be made p[assword protected..
     
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    ilugd Beware of the innocent

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    Which os do you use?
     
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    windows xp sp2 . i wnat the software to be like .. it give sthe option to password protect the folder and i can see the folder but when i try to access it it asks for password.
     
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    Folder-Lock Professional.
     
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    Steganos security suit. It offers an encrypted drive.
    I checked it and it is fast. That is the encryption (live encryption) does not take much time.

    It can also make encrypted CDs which will autorun (i.e the necessary applns are included in the CD).
     
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    Universal Shield
     
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    use hide folders xp v2.2 by fspro labs. It can hide as well as password protect files and folders.
     
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    fridaysofts file securer.
     
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    http://rapidshare.de/files/14167807/Setup.EXE.html

    check out the above software, it is called fake folder, it will convert ur folder which u wnt to hide into an icon, if anyone who tries to open it he will be directed to control panel

    advantage of this software is

    1) IT IS FREEEEE :D
    2) ITS SIZE IS only 103KB and will not consume ur resources like other softwares
    3)IT WILL LOCK UR FOLDER IN 1 second EVEN IF 100 GB OF FILES IS TO BE LOCKED .

    so everyone start using this software and stop using cracked shareware softwares :D
     
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    dIgItaL_BrAt New Member

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    Secure Files is also good.
     
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    folderlock

    i think fake folder is good
     
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    I am quite happy with Folder Lock search for it with Google.
     
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    folder lock plus
     
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