Monday, 5 March 2012

Folder Lock® 7.1.7

Posted By: Unknown - 22:23:00

Folder Lock might sound like a pretty good idea for all those looking for a bit of privacy on a Windows machine, as this tool could block unauthorized access to a number of locations. The whole idea is pretty simple: all you have to do is to install the application, set up a master password, select the files and/or folders you want to protect and that’s basically it.

Installing Folder Lock is easy, really easy actually because developers have not included complicated steps to make your life harder. In fact, the entire application relies on simplicity, as you will clearly see when you come to meet the interface which has all the main functions listed in the main window.

Locking files and folders is as simple as 1-2-3 because all you have to do is to pick the desired data and choose a master password. Be cautious with the passphrase, though, because you might be in a bit of a trouble in case you forget it.

The program also enables you to create personal 'Lockers' where you can safely keep important data. Besides these functions, Folder Lock also comes with the possibility to protect USB devices and CD drives, shred files from the hard disk, clean the history of your browser and make a backup online.

We’ve tested them all and found that Folder Lock is pretty much a safe bet. It offers quick encryption and the secure 'Lockers' as well as the locked files and folders cannot be accessed using conventional methods.

There is a minor glitch insofar as the digital pictures are concerned. To be more precise, if someone looks for the locked pictures their thumbnails become visible in the 'Search' window. Also, the information corresponding to each one of them can be viewed.

Overall, thanks to a strong feature pack and given its ease of use, Folder Lock can be a viable alternative for anyone searching for a way to increase the security of their data, so you can give it a try.

Serial Key: F7-20110917-9-172951

Registration: 526EFEF086E09600449E667EA2DAE8E2E6D642BC 


Post a Comment