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Protect Folder

Protect Files, Folders, and Drives on the Fly

$34.95
for PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Windows 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista, 7
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Sometimes you don't need to protect just one file on your hard drive - sometimes, you're working on a project so secretive, so confidential, that you need to protect an entire folder! Times like these used to call for some complex scheme involving encryption and decryption and a general loss of productivity from jumping through hoops. That's why today's discount software promotion, Protect Folder, is something that everyone could use!

Protect Folder lets you protect files, folders, and removable drives using a secure password, on-the-fly. With Protect Folder, there's no need to manually encrypt and decrypt files as you go about your business - instead, the program automatically performs encryption and decryption, silently and quickly, in the background as you work. The encrypted files and folders appear just like any other, and you'll benefit from the protection without actually feeling it! Those who don't have the correct password will never be able to peek at file names in your protected folders.

If you're concerned about keyloggers or prying eyes, you'll be happy to know that Protect Folder also provides the ability to lock all protected files and folders using a hotkey. For USB flash drives, just enter your password when you plug the drive in to instantly unlock your files. Once you remove the drive from your PC, everything gets locked up automatically! You don't even have to install Protect Folder on the host computer to enjoy the benefits of ultimate protection!

This promotion includes the following:
Protect Folder Home License ($34.95)
Protect Folder Business License ($69.95)
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Mario Demi I install the Trialversion and version is 3.4
on the Hompage is 3.5 the newest one but if i download its also
3.4?
Mar 29 2013 at 12:10pm Copy Link
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Ross Lindsey One question. My company has the systems so secured that no exe files of any kind can run. I tried using TrueCrypt, but the system simply won't run it.

Is this system dependant on running an executable? If not, how does it work?

Would it work on a windows system that is so fully secured that it will not allow running any kind of executable file?
Mar 30 2013 at 4:15am Copy Link
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