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Zip Password Recovery

Gain Access to Any Password-Protected ZIP File

$19.95
v2.0.0 for PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Window 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista
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Sergei Lebedev Trying to register - "Sorry, .... incorrect registration key."
Apr 4 at 10:07am Copy Link
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Koen Andries I am not able to download the program.
Apr 4 at 11:53am Copy Link
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Gary Smith Unlike normal setup programs, this setup starts a second setup program, which then asks the user if they want to allow this program from an unknown publisher to make changes to their computer.

After the install, when the program is started, it always shows the same prompt asking the user if they want to allow this program from an unknown publisher to make changes to their computer. There is no reason for a program to need this ability simply to find the password of a zip file.
Apr 4 at 4:02pm Copy Link
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ricoh flex Don't ask for trouble. The changes it makes to you r PC may not be reversible.
Apr 4 at 6:44pm Copy Link
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Sergei Lebedev Thank you
Apr 4 at 10:46pm Copy Link
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Koen Andries @Gary Smith, I'm afraid this is standard Windows procedure, and has nothing to do with the program itself. You can disable this feature in Windows, but I wouldn't advice you to do so.
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Nunya User Gary Smith - This is not a second setup program. It has nothing to do with the program being installed. It's a Windows feature called User Account Control (UAC), that's been around since Windows Vista.

"User Account Control is a mandatory access control enforcement feature introduced with Microsoft's Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 operating systems, with a more relaxed version also present in Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 8, Windows Server 2012 and Windows 10. Wikipedia"

Google it for all the info you want to know.
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