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What are people saying about SecureSafe Pro

Andres Loorits I cannot uninstall this program from my Vista Home Premium system. I find it badly written. I will probably be forced to do it manually with regedit. It is a shame
Yours,
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Sep 10 2007 at 8:44am Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale The software is only recommended to run on Windows 98/2000/ME/NT 4.0/XP. It may work on Vista, however the specifications don't state it which is probably why you've had problems.
BitsDuJour Admin - Sep 10 2007 at 11:32am Copy Link
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Michael Rusakov Hello Andres, Thank you for letting us know! My name is Michael Rusakov, I'm the author of SecureSafe Pro. I've just tested install/uninstall function under Vista and it works correctly. The only one issue I have found is that application icon in the Start menu appears incorrectly (standard application icon instead of SecureSafe's own icon). I'm going to fix this issue shortly. Thank you again! Nico, The software is only recommended to run on Windows 98/2000/ME/NT 4.0/XP SecureSafe Pro is fully compatible with Windows Vista (except just found start menu issue). But as I mentioned above, I will fix this issue shortly. Michael Rusakov, http://www.wincatalog.com
WinCatalog.com - Sep 10 2007 at 12:57pm Copy Link
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LEE RUSETZKE Please let me know when this is available
Sep 10 2012 at 9:54am Copy Link
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Frank Bemis I am curious to see how this compares with Lastpass.
Sep 10 2012 at 1:15pm Copy Link
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Kerry Walsh If I own three computers (Yes I really do!) can I install this on each system since it will have a different footprint, or do I need a license for each one?
Sep 11 2012 at 2:09pm Copy Link
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Michael Rusakov Hello Kerry, thank you for your question.

Licensing is based on a number of users who will work with SecureSafe Pro. No limitations on a number of computers where SecureSafe Pro is installed.

Single User license allows SecureSafe Pro installation on any number of computers for personal or business use of a single person per a license.

The only difference of this free license from the paid one: this free license does not offer you free major upgrade to version 3.0.
WinCatalog.com - Sep 11 2012 at 7:57pm Copy Link
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P C Base on the screenshots, it looks great! As mentioned, all passwords are being stored in one single password file. One question, is it really secure? For instance, would there be any chance the contents of the password file being leaked over the Internet?
Sep 13 2012 at 1:44am Copy Link
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VLM Import existing passwords from RoboForm?

Does SecureSafe Pro hold secure notes (similar to RoboForm and other tools), or only password-type info?

Does SecureSafe Pro fill in Windows dialogs, or only html-style forms?
Sep 13 2012 at 3:08am Copy Link
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Gass Deckery TO VLM : (from homepage) - You can store regular files inside the program.

The program can store any file and all files can be launched from SecureSafe Pro.

The files stored with SecureSafe Pro won't be visible and accessible to anybody but you.

There are no limits to how many entries you can store and the program is incredibly easy to use.
Sep 13 2012 at 4:18am Copy Link
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VLM Gass Deckery - Thank you ... but ... would you be willing to respond to the questions I asked?

1. RoboForm import.
2. Notes (not whole files, just secure notes, such as security questions for particular websites)
3. Fill-in capabilities.

Thank you kindly.
Sep 13 2012 at 6:36am Copy Link
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Aaron May Finally! Here is a password manager that I can understand. I have tried others and have eventually stopped using them because they are so complicated. This is straight forward and does the job for me.
Sep 13 2012 at 7:03am Copy Link
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Alan Eskenazi I have been using BDJ without problem for a while. However, today it hung when I clicked on the "Get it Free" tab on the page -

"http://www.bitsdujour.com...mailvision"

what's up?
AE
Sep 13 2012 at 10:10am Copy Link
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Mario Balzic OK, downloaded and installed OK on a win2kpro laptop. Received the email in moments. Played around with it for a few minutes. Some comments (and maybe suggestions) are in order. First thing I noticed; it is remarkably easy to USE, kudos. Not exactly intuitive in places, but easily workable by a novice.

However, several things I discovered through my use testing, bother me:

(1) keyboard shortcuts do not work. When editing a record, ALT-F followed by S fails to "save and close" as it indicates on the drop down menu. Instead, ALT-F simply opens the drop down menu, and S is ignored. You CAN use the cursor keys to highlight the "save and close" option and then ENTER to select it. I did not find ANY keyboard shortcuts that worked even though the underlined letters in the drop down menus were clearly visible. Personally, I prefer keyboard shortcuts over mouse clicks any day as I do not have to remove my hand from the keyboard, which makes for much faster operation. The touchpad on my laptop is finicky at best when it comes to cursor control.

(2) ACTIVATION. You require an internet connection in order to activate the software to avoid the "nag" screens. Why for? Isn't the activation code we received in the email enough? If I want to use this software on a standalone computer handling classified data, I have to jump through hoops to do so. THAT is uncool. I suggest you provide a way for people like me, the total paranoid, paid for or not, to use the software without restriction. With the activation thing, this is no more than any other shareware program with a time limit, even if you "register" with a name and serial number. I know you SAY you do not gather information, but why should we trust YOU? You SAY it is a piracy issue, so immediately YOU do not trust US to play by the rules. Trust is a two way street. Provide a way to use the software without any restriction IF registered with a valid name and serial number ONLY.

NOTE: This activation thing after the fact of registering with a valid name and serial number code is a dealbreaker for me no matter HOW GOOD this software package might actually BE. I refuse to be TIED to the internet when it comes to handling MY data on MY personal computer. YMMV...

(3) Backups. Why is it necessary to close and restart to save a backup of the data? Does that mean the database is SHARED in some way? The application should have exclusive use of the database with the data, so it should be able to perform a backup of the database at any time, yes?. The only thing preventing this (as far as I know as a database admin for Oracle in a past life) is if the database is not locked for exclusive use by the user. Does this mean I can place the database file on a server and then share the common database with two client computers? I did not see anywhere that this was a sharable application, but THAT I would find most useful if it were so as would any business where there is a common shared pool of information that several people might use jointly. In the OPTIONS it SAYS that it should check that the cache is updated, implying multiuser use, but I saw nothing else to show this IS a multiuser application. That WOULD explain why it won't backup while running. Maybe I just missed reading about it. I admit I did NOT read all of the documentation.

(4) Internal stored applications. THIS I find MOST intriguing of all, at least potentially, as I have not yet tried it personally. I use an in-house encryption application for things like internal memos where I wish to preserve the content. With this feature, it appears I could encrypt an internal comment field for example, so even if the database IS shared as I suspect it can be, a memo COULD be segregated from the rest per user using their own password. You might consider this if this is a multiuser application if it is not already implemented, individual internal encoding of things like personal notes in a comment field, maybe as multiple comments per record, one for each individual user.

(5) How about a rudimentary spell checker for text fields? For example; check the format of an email address. I typoed an email address without the @ symbol and it accepted it without complaint. And you might check the format of a URL much like browsers do in the address line when they "self complete" a partial URL. The OPTIONS say it should DO this for an apparent invalid URL, but it failed to do so when I used "http://www.my.yahoo." in a URL field. However, it DID prompt me to save changed changed data when I clicked on the X to close.

Summary: The package works reasonably well and is EASY to use for a novice, and I could really use the added stored program functionality that I have never seen offered elsewhere, but the drawbacks of activation (it is only called paranoia until it happens to you) and the apparent lack of hotkey functionality makes this unsuitable for ME... MY personal objections do not mean this program is a bad one, and heaven knows, I probably should not look a gift horse in the mouth. As I understand things, BDJ makes these offers to widen the user base, spread the word about software and many of the items I have gotten here are really good deals. For that, my thanks go out to you for making this offer and BDJ for making it available here. Though this package does have a few quirks, it IS essentially a GOOD piece of work.

And for BDJ, regarding facebook, THANK YOU for making it OPTIONAL rather than a requirement as you did once before. Not all of us out here in neverneverland are on social networking sites...

Cheers,
MB
Sep 13 2012 at 10:11am Copy Link
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Matt Hi VLM.

I received SecureSafe Pro free several years ago but never really used it. It hasn't had an update since 2009, but it seems to work fine. I've never noticed any bugs.

1. It can only import from a CSV file. No RoboForm imports.
2. You can add secure notes. You can also create custom fields.
3. Other than 'copy to clipboard' buttons, there are no Fill-in capabilities.
Sep 13 2012 at 12:03pm Copy Link
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Steven Avery Hi,

Do you have any type of browser integration ? If not, are you planning to have any ?

Thanks.

Steven
Sep 13 2012 at 12:19pm Copy Link
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VLM Mario Balzic - I agree completely with your sentiment about activations and such. But ... what does YMMV mean?

Also, you've piqued my interest with your comments about added stored program functionality. I've never heard of this before ... Would you be willing to share an idea or two about how you might use this feature in your own work?

James Fischer - Thank you! At least I wasn't looking right at a feature and missing it. :)

Everyone - This sounds like a very nice program. I'm just not sure how I'd integrate it among the other tools I use. Without browser integration, I wouldn't use it as a password manager. And RoboForm, which has been my my password manager for years, already has safe note capabilities, where one can securely store private, non-password-related information such as card numbers. PIMs and note tools can store and encrypt all this as well as files. (Well, some can.)

If anyone, who has used this product for a bit or who has an insight about how to use it, wishes to share, that would be most welcome!

I'm just looking for that "aha!" moment on this one.

And I do agree with Mario, I cannot imagine why online activation, and particularly a hardware footprint, is required for this product, particularly since the whole point is to keep private, that which is private.
Sep 13 2012 at 12:49pm Copy Link
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Matt Hi VLM.

Didn't want to butt in... but YMMV = Your Mileage May Vary.
Sep 13 2012 at 1:07pm Copy Link
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VLM James Fischer - "Yes, of course." (As if I had a clue. :)

Thanks.
Sep 13 2012 at 1:32pm Copy Link
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Matt You knew it all along! You are welcome VLM! ~ J. Fischer (aka J.Bell). I get bored (with myself) easily.
Sep 13 2012 at 1:53pm Copy Link
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Randy Martin Maybe I don't get it, but I can't find the program. When I click to start, all I get is a window about creating a file. There is no place to input the password. What am I doing wrong? I don't see ANY of the screens I see on the website.
Sep 13 2012 at 3:50pm Copy Link
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Richard Lockwood Been trying to download this all day and cannot get through. So much for free... What's the deal? Wait until the time is up and then the link goes through???
Sep 13 2012 at 4:17pm Copy Link
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Matt Hi Randy,

That's the way it works. You are prompted to either open an existing datafile or create a new one. Since this is your first time running the program, you have to create a new datafile. You will then go through a 'Wizard' that will continue to prompt you to enter your password along with other things.

When you open the program at a later time, you can then open your existing datafile.
Sep 13 2012 at 4:21pm Copy Link
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VLM Yeah, when that data file creation thing came up, I had no idea what was going on. So I created whatever the program offered,even though I would NEVER keep any data in the default. location. So hopefully, I can get rid of it and create one where I want it! :)

Oh, and James, we ALL get bored with you.

Hahahahahahahahahahaha! (Just kidding, of course! :)
Sep 13 2012 at 7:19pm Copy Link
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J S Bitsdujour provides a service for People WHO BUY THEiR SOFTWARE and use it legitimately.

ONLiNE ACTiVATiON & HARDWARE FOOTPRiNTs are 2 of the most often mentioned and hated "features" of some software.

eMail activation is one thing, but ONLiNE ACTiVATiON i.m.h.o. is just going one step to far for me as You already have name and email address.

Q. So why do you NEED to know an exact internet address too?
Sep 13 2012 at 7:51pm Copy Link
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Matt I can imagine VLM. Have a good night buddy!
Sep 13 2012 at 7:59pm Copy Link
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Henry Iriawan I get the same problem with Richard Lockwood. I cannot download this. When I clicked "Get it for free" and it keeps creating a circle process without redirecting to the download page as usual. What happened?
Sep 13 2012 at 9:23pm Copy Link
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James Kenney Can the database be stored in a dropbox folder and have multiple computers point to it.?
I leave my computers on all the time... Would this present problems with database locking, or is that handled by the program.
While I would not be USING the program on more than one computer at the same time, it is likely that it would be running on more than one at the same time.
Would this corrupt the database?

I use Linkman like this every day without problems, and it would be great if this works like that too.
If not, is it planed for the next version?
I would be very happy to buy it, if is is!
Sep 13 2012 at 11:56pm Copy Link
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Watcher1924 I was clicking on "get it for free" but I was only gettig this text

"Want to Thank Us for this 100% Off Deal?
Like WinCatalog.com on Facebook
Like BitsDuJour on Facebook

Just want the Deal? Skip this step",

with only one clickable point, which did nothing!
The giveaway period wasn't over yet, plus I tried both chrome and firefox.
Sep 14 2012 at 12:06am Copy Link
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Richard Kennedy What happens when I need to open a password database created with this software on another computer, for instance when I acquire a new computer? How do I migrate this program? This worry has made me stick with portable, open source password software, such as oubliette.
Sep 14 2012 at 1:08am Copy Link
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JS If you use a "Proxy Server" ... Online Activation Does NOT get them your "Internet Address" (or IP)!!

Henry & Richard:
Make sure that you "LEFT-Click" on the Link and it should work.
(I'm using Internet Explorer 8 on Windows 7 64-bit)

I Hope that helps someone!!!

Sincerely,
Chris Roy Jackson
(Note: My "Cookies are still not working on this computer and I can't figure out they are being deleted as fast as they are created)
Sep 14 2012 at 1:09am Copy Link
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Henry Iriawan Hi Chris Roy,

Thanks for your information. As for now, I can click it and it showed "Getting your bits" and I don't modify anything. I used firefox 15.0.1 and Win 7. Previously, SecureSafe Pro cannot show "Getting your bits" pop up while it was free, but now, it can show pop up with paid 50% OFF.

Thanks.
Sep 14 2012 at 8:19am Copy Link
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Mario Balzic Followup to another comment made regarding activation: First understand one thing, I have NO COMPLAINTS about the software package itself. This software package IS quite easy to use and performs reasonably well! As for functionality as a password manager, this one ranks high on the list of many that I have tested over the years. Good job! Unlike several other users here, I had no problems of any kind downloading the program, getting the email and then running the program through its paces. It all worked as expected for ME. Other than the keyboard shortcuts not working as per Microsoft in their GUI guidelines, that CAN be worked around without having to use a mouse, so that makes nonworking keyboard shortcuts a minor bug, not a fatal flaw. The program DOES what it SAYS it will do. It stores passwords and other relevant data. I would use this program were it NOT for the activation thing. Remember, activation is a separate issue from functionality as a database manager application. At least the developers are clear that activation is a piracy issue and they explain themselves clearly, except for one thing, however. They MUST be gathering something that is unique to ME and my computer in spite of their words that say they do NOT. Consider: how would they KNOW the software was pirated without something unique to MY machine, either in hardware or software somewhere to compare it to? The name and serial number being duplicated is one thing, but they have to add something else to know it is being installed on a different platform, something like a hardware or software fingerprint. They MUST have generated a fingerprint of some kind from MY unique hardware that refers to MY unique situation AND they will keep it on file. Otherwise, HOW would they KNOW a copy was pirated on another computer? Do you see the problem that I have with this activation scheme? IMHO, any legitimate software package should be able to be installed, uninstalled and then installed somewhere else at ANY time. I should be able to MOVE my software from one machine to another without restriction at any time I choose. That does NOT appear to be the case with THIS software package. It does not appear that I can install this on a desktop machine and also on a laptop that I take on travel, and keep things in sync when I return to my home base. But, I could be wrong...

As for the embedded programs: They SAY this above in their description, and I quote: "Unlike other password management software, you can safely store regular files inside the application. Each file can be securely launched right from SecureSafe Pro, and they won't be visible and accessible to anybody but you." I did NOT actually try this feature personally. What I THINK this means is that I could use my own self-contained encryption program from within the application to encrypt a field stored in the application, thus restricting the view to one user of a multiuser application. They do not say this is a multiuser application, but it ACTS like one when it comes to internal backups and having to exit the program to perform a backup of the data. Maybe I misinterpreted what this feature actually does. I admit I did not read ALL of the documentation. I simply did not pursue testing of this particular feature because of my conclusion I would not use this application because of the activation speed bump. I saw no point in further testing once I concluded the online activation was a dealbreaker. But, I DO find this feature intriguing...

Again, I have no problem with the software, as it seems to work as advertised and I found it easy to use personally through my own use to test it. As a former systems analyst and senior programmer, I may see things that you might not find objectionable. But for ME, I am simply too paranoid about my data, losing it through hardware failure (hence the backups) or my privacy being compromised in some manner (the activation thing).

My opinion on the activation issue does NOT change the software functionality! As for handing data, this program WORKS as advertised!

IMHO = In My Humble Opinion
YMMV = Your Mileage May Vary

Ciao,
MB

P.S. By the time this comment gets posted, the offer will be over. I post simply because there are others like me, who read come back later, after the fact. And also, the developer sees them as well, and maybe will reconsider the activation thing...

MB
Sep 14 2012 at 10:01am Copy Link
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Joe M Does this program work with the Mozilla Sea Monkey Web Browser?
Apr 6 2013 at 11:41am Copy Link
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Michael Rusakov Hello Joe, thank you for your question. Due to security reasons SecureSafe Pro does not fill web forms automatically - but at the same time it provides a convenient copy&paste functionality: when your password record inside SecureSafe Pro database has a web page provided, SecureSafe Pro displays a yellow banner above the password details. When you click on the banner, SecureSafe Pro copies the password to the clipboard and opens the web page. All you have to do is to paste your password into the password field.

The login field may also be copied from SecureSafe Pro, but in most cases it shouldn’t because all modern browsers autocomplete the login fields (and because the login field is usually the same for most online places, when the passwords without fail should be different).
WinCatalog.com - Apr 6 2013 at 8:31pm Copy Link
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Michael Rusakov Answering previous questions:

1. SecureSafe Pro is not limited to a number of computer where you can install it: you can install it on any number of computers for personal or business use of a single person per a license.

2. You can put a database file to a Dropbox folder (or use any other cloud syncing service) and SecureSafe Pro will work with the database. As developers we prefer Dropbox (http://goo.gl/OND5g - accept the referal link and you will get free extra space as a reward).

3. You can use SecureSafe Pro as a portable app: copy all files to a flash drive or any other folder and run SecureSafe.exe. The activation is requires only on the first computer. After the activation SecureSafe Pro stores all activation info inside a local file (securesafe.key, which will be stored in the same folder) and will not ask for activations even on a new computer.

4. Version 3.0 of SecureSafe Pro has been released a few days ago. The upgrade is free for all users running version 2.x. Existing registration keys are good for the new version.

5. SecureSafe Pro can store passwords, credit card data, secure notes (in a plain text), URLs and regular files (!). The files can be launched just inside the program.

6. There are no limits to how many entries you can store inside the program (the evaluation version limits you to 40 entries, including folders, the full version does not have any limits).
WinCatalog.com - Apr 6 2013 at 8:48pm Copy Link
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DrTeeth I use KeePass which seems to do everything that this program does, but for free. Could you please explain what advantages your program has?

Thanks

DrT
Apr 7 2013 at 3:44am Copy Link
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Michael Rusakov Hello DrTeeth, thank you for the question. The main difference of SecureSafe Pro against probably all other password managers is that you can store documents and files inside the program and launch these files just from SecureSafe Pro. In that case, SecureSafe Pro will monitor all changes and update the file.

For example, you can store a document (a .doc file). You may run it from the program and MS Word will open it. When you finish working with the document, SecureSafe Pro will update the file inside the database and delete the file from disk.

So we can have a real safe metaphor: you keep documents in a real (metallic) safe, you get them from the safe to work with papers and you put papers back to safe when you finish.

This feature is very useful. You can store not only documents, but any types of files. I personally store registration keys for purchased programs together with the installation packages. So for example if I need to reinstall Windows I have all database of the software with registration codes.

The other 3 features which KeePass is missing: SecureSafe Pro has special templates for storing Credit Card data, Notes and URLs.
WinCatalog.com - Apr 7 2013 at 7:58am Copy Link
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DrTeeth @ Michael

That sounds great! Just a further question. As the licence is 'per user', can I install the program on ALL my computers at the same time? That is not too clear from the 'fine print' as it only mentions transferring a licence, which means removing it from one PC before installing it on another.

TIA
Apr 7 2013 at 8:33am Copy Link
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RC Byr Be careful. THIS IS NOT THE "TUNEUP" software.
It is only one module (the 1 click function).
I regret buying.
Apr 7 2013 at 10:38am Copy Link
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DrTeeth @ RC Byr

Posted in wrong section?
Apr 7 2013 at 12:11pm Copy Link
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Michael Rusakov @DrTeeth, yes that's correct: you can install SecureSafe Pro on all computers where YOU work with the product. However if someone else is planning to use SecureSafe Pro, the additional licenses must be purchased.
WinCatalog.com - Apr 7 2013 at 5:14pm Copy Link
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DrTeeth Shame. I missed the offer. Does the program also securely delete the temp files at some point. Will have to wait until it is here again.
Apr 8 2013 at 1:44pm Copy Link
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Michael Rusakov @DrTeeth, yes, the program deletes all temp files after you finish your work.
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