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Giveaway of the day — Hide My Folders

Hide files and folders from viewing, accessing and searching.
$19.95 EXPIRED
User rating: 328 (32%) 710 (68%) 105 comments

Hide My Folders was available as a giveaway on December 12, 2008!

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Hide My Folders allows hiding files and folders from viewing, accessing and searching completely, so that only you know that those files or folders exist. No matter how particular computer (over local network, from internet or directly) is accessed, those folders stay invisible and safe. Once you hide files/folders, Hide My Folders will not reveal its presence in your system, and the files will be hidden until you unhide them.

No one can find out if any of the files or folders is hidden. This is achieved by low-level file access which is reliable, robust and fail-safe. Hide My Folders launch is password-protected and you will be the only person to see and access your private info.

As a security measure, Hide My Folders incorporate foolproof control which means that nobody cannot hide system critical files and folders (such as C:\windows etc.) and lock your system. In order to hide files with specific names and extensions Hide My Folders offers advanced pattern-matching approach. By specifying special string as a mask you may hide a group of files that comply with it.

System Requirements:

Pentium II class at least 200 MHz; Windows 2000/XP/2003 Server; 64 MB RAM; 3-5 MB of initial free disk space; Video: 800x600, True Color

Publisher:

Eltima Software

Homepage:

http://www.mykeylogger.com/hide-files/hide-folders/

File Size:

1.95 MB

Price:

$19.95

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IDIOT SOFTWARE these hide my folder whit all my photo and I not find in PC sorry for my ENG

Reply   |   Comment by EVANdersar  –  7 years ago
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Junkware. Crashed my puter.

Reply   |   Comment by Tusk  –  7 years ago
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@#44 (Eltima software) While I agree with you that these virus warnings are probably false positives, I feel you have chosen your wording poorly in your response.

During its install, your program performs an activity that is *almost exactly* what some virii do to hide themselves in a freshly-infected system. The installation of the driver responsible for hiding/unhiding the files would appear to be an infection-in-progress.

The triggering of a warning is therefore not automatically a bug in the anti-virus program as claimed in your response, it is instead more likely the anti-virus program erring on the side of caution by what it sees as suspicious activity by an unknown program.

Reply   |   Comment by Jim  –  7 years ago
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#76 I think it's you not I who are doing something wrong. I re-installed the program a second time and got the same results. Maybe you're not using the "All Files and Folders" then use "All or part of the file name" as well as "A word or phrase in the file" in your search options.

Reply   |   Comment by Phil  –  7 years ago
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#88
Just hit "unlock" o_o'
Image here

You can open up that window you see in that image by either pressing Ctrl + Shift + P or double clicking the "My Lockbox" icon that should have been placed on your desktop by the installer.

Ashraf
GOTDReviews.info

Reply   |   Comment by Ashraf  –  7 years ago
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I haven't tried this software do to the virus reports, but i use True Crypt it works like a charm and best of all its free http://www.truecrypt.org/

Reply   |   Comment by Aaron  –  7 years ago
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If the product description doesn't list Vista as a supported OS, why are people trying to install on Vista and then complaining it doesn't work on Vista?

Reply   |   Comment by Jeff  –  7 years ago
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I don't need any help in hiding things from myself. I do it quite naturally each and every day. And if I DO attempt to hide something from someone else (i.e., a gift), that "safe place" suddenly becomes a VERY safe hiding place, even from the one who hid it, i.e., me. :-B

Reply   |   Comment by moo  –  7 years ago
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#43 I don't believe a word you said.

Reply   |   Comment by Ozzie  –  7 years ago
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This program uses a driver that is installed as a hidden service named HFCore. While the service is running, hidden files stay hidden, because the driver intercepts command having to do with the file system and makes sure the file system returns "not found" for those files. But as soon as the service is not running, the files reappear. The easiest way for a mere mortal to do this would be to run a Linux LiveCD (e.g. Ubuntu) on the Windows machine; the hidden files will show up with no problem. because the service is not part of Linux.

It's a bit harder for regular users to do, but it wouldn't be too difficult to configure the HFCore service so it doesn't start. That would also get the files back. In particular, if you reinstall Windows, the service wouldn't be running, so the files would reappear.

If you are dealing with files you don't want to lose, it doesn't take much to make a backup copy of the files and store them away somewhere safe, in an unencrypted or un-hidden form. That way if something goes wrong, you can still get the files back.

Reply   |   Comment by Terry  –  7 years ago
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If anyone wants to download a nice rootkit, go ahead and download this. The very described action of the software is the very definition of a rootkit. By the way, rootkits are nasty. >.> I got slammed by one from antoher GAotD downloud some video software from AVS4You. I still haven't cleared it out, it's hiding in C:\Users\Generic and doesn't want to leave. >.> So yeah, this one is just to easy to spot, by the description alone.

Reply   |   Comment by Locke  –  7 years ago
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#55 I find no need to e-mail you guy's any screen shots of my system or what I have on my active desktop. Like I said before, just create a new folder and call it Regis Aircraft, then create a Word document titled the same and put it in the folder and hide it. Then run "Start" - "Search" - in find files and folders type "Regis Aircraft" and it will bring up several results one of which is the Word document which you can open just by left clicking twice on it. Not too hard to figure out, just try it.

Reply   |   Comment by Phil  –  7 years ago
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Sorry, I have a hard enough time keeping track of where I put stuff as is it now -- both on the computer and paper around the desk. So I'm going to pass on this one. But thanks GAOTD.

Reply   |   Comment by CB  –  7 years ago
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I downloaded this program inside a hidden folder and now I can't find it.

Reply   |   Comment by meathead  –  7 years ago
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thanks ashraf (#7)....your comments are very useful, as always..

Reply   |   Comment by john  –  7 years ago
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Best way to hide folders etc.
Take them off the computer and hide them in the bottom left hand draw right in the back and cover them with useless CD's!
Works for me

Reply   |   Comment by Greg Baker  –  7 years ago
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#10/11, Ashraf, My Lockbox sounds like a good program. One question, though - once you've hidden the My Lockbox, how do you unhide it - what/where do you click?

Reply   |   Comment by RosnSC  –  7 years ago
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Try TrueCrypt. It is free and open source encryption software.
It is simply awesome.

http://www.truecrypt.org/

Reply   |   Comment by w1seguy  –  7 years ago
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Ummm just wondering will this program work with Vista? Good LORD! It says it right at the top of the page! I'm with raggedy! Vista folks seem to already have an axe to grind when it comes to programs. I'm staying with XP and my Mac until I have to move to XP!

As for the software, does anyone know can I put items in the hidden folders and have access to them? I would like to make my Itunes music 'disappear' but still be able to use the music. Any suggestions...?

Reply   |   Comment by Hey People This Doesn't work with Vista!  –  7 years ago
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@Giovanni (#70)

You wrote:
As I said before these kind of applications should not be offered by GAOTD in the form of time-limited license because in case of PC CRASH users should be forced to buy the licence of the program in order to decrypt the folders or files.

You're wrong. If you reinstall your OS and the hidden folder is in on another Partition or a second harddisk the folder isn't anymore hidden. This type of software works/hides only in the OS where it is installed. Try by yourself and boot your PC with a Linux CD or connect the HD on another PC.

That's also the reason, this type of software has a very very weak protection and works not when you want to hide something from hackers, IT-people or the LEA. For such things you need TrueCrypt (Open Source), DriveCrypt, BestCrypt or something else with stron crytography. To protect special movies'n pics from your mama or your ragazza (if they have no computer skills) this software will do the job.

Regards from Germany
Heidelbär

Reply   |   Comment by Heidelbär  –  7 years ago
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I have gotten many older programs or otherwise not yet Vista-compatible programs to run under Vista by running those programs in compatibility mode for the older versions of Windows. Vista even allows you to run programs in compatibility mode for Windows 95. I suggest that those having problems with Vista, try setting properties for the program to run (program properties-compatibility-check and choose mode you want to Vista to run the program in, apply ok) in compatibiity mode for older Windows versions before assuming anything.

Reply   |   Comment by Spiritwolf  –  7 years ago
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Giovanni - I think you are correct... any of this sort of "security" related stuff... if the user needs to re-install for any reason then they're gonna have to buy a license.

But what about this even worse scenario... what happens if you crash, you buy a license, and it STILL won't let you back in ? That's a real possibility from any poorly tested application. Unless I can run it exclusively from a thumb drive or similar - not for me.

There's a good use for a "folder hider" . Hiding folders on a thumb drive. To the uninitiated, it would look like the TD they found is empty, which is better than exposing your files. (but not much).

Reply   |   Comment by IdiotNewbie  –  7 years ago
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But - to all the "It doesn't work with Vista" whiners. Take a look at the program requirements. That's all you have to do. And "Richard" no it doesn't work with Windows 3.1 either. Sorry buddy.

Reply   |   Comment by IdiotNewbie  –  7 years ago
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This is crapware. Poorly written, and a 'solution' looking for a problem. Like the vast majority of stuff offered here, even for free it's not worth putting on your computer. You can do much better in the always-free open source world (and yes I realize that open source and free are not synonymous. I'm talking about those OS programs that are free.

Reply   |   Comment by IdiotNewbie  –  7 years ago
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I tried to download HIDEMYFILES - this seemed just what I wanted and needed so much to keep some files from prying eyes. I used the download -- and all that would come up was an ad for WinZip (I think that's what it was). I checked my files, sure enough under HIDEMYFILES file was ONLY the adware for Winzip.

:( what's going on? I would really like this "giveawayoftheday".

Thanks so much.

doni

Reply   |   Comment by Doni  –  7 years ago
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COME ON PEOPLE!!!

Elitma Sofware offers us a FREE FULL VERSION PROGRAM with LICENSE KEY and then bend over backwards to help with any issues we may encounter. Which is more than we usually get.(GAoTD-Terms and conditions-1-No free technical support).

If you need help; request support from Elitma's support team, instead of wasting precious free download time by complaining. This way you will get a straight forward and precise response to your specific issues.

THUMBS WAY UP FOR ELITMA SOFTWARE. Thank you

Reply   |   Comment by Suzyville  –  7 years ago
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@43...Well said my friend, having this on your computer suggests you have stuff to hide. If you had info you didnt want anyone to read, I.E bank details etc, just encrypt or passord protect etc...surely thats manageable in your own environment...to make invisible and undetectable really suggests to me unsavoury content and deviousness....dont install this and hope to get away with your dirty secrets..

Reply   |   Comment by Ginno  –  7 years ago
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Giovanni,

Nice find on Easy File Locker. I tested it out and it truly does hide your folder/files much like My Lockbox. The differences being that with Easy File Locker you can not only hide a folder/file, you can prevent access to it, prevent someone from editing or deleting it. Not to mention you can do all that to more then one folder/file which was the biggest con with My Lockbox. Excellent software in my book. I updated my 'review' adding in the software you found, good job!

Reply   |   Comment by Ashraf  –  7 years ago
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#13 (Bachupan) Go to: File -> Preferences and uncheck the option to hide files and folders from the explorer context menu.

Reply   |   Comment by Damian  –  7 years ago
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# 40-42 Phil : You must be doing something wrong. I did the exact same thing you did, used deep search and found nothing.

# 43 Doc : Not everybody needs to hide criminal activities.
I personally use this program to hide projects such as ; My Christmas gifts list from curious kids (young & old alike LOL) or any other type of unfinished stuff I don't want to reveal until it's complete.

Hiding stuff from others is not necessarily a bad thing. It's what is hidden that makes it good or bad.

Suzyville

Reply   |   Comment by Suzyville  –  7 years ago
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#38 is right. anyone with some knowledge can find your hidden files. And since opening the access to your hidden folder or uncrypt it is the same amount of clicks, go for an encrypted solution. Truecrypt is of course a recommended choice, especially because it creates a new virtual drive/partition. When you shutdown the computer, you don't have to worry if the folder is still secured.

Reply   |   Comment by gokudomatic  –  7 years ago
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One of many products in the market. Remember that many of the similar products hide your folders under the system protected folder c:\Volume Information\
so it is easy for anyone with little knowledge of windows to get to your hidden data anyway. I would say if you have something that valuable to protect, then save it somewhere else. Anyway, to give credit to such software, they are not bad and useful for frequent travellers. I have been using Instance Lock and I'm happy with it.

Keep the good stuff rolling GAOTD ... I will pass on this one though.

Reply   |   Comment by lazysoul  –  7 years ago
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Hey raggedy, nice comment, and with Vista it is always worth trying to install some antique software if it will work. At least you got the viruses... not me.

Reply   |   Comment by Cynthia  –  7 years ago
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Question: How does this thing hide our files?

If it's a rootkit, it most definitely won't work on other computers.
If it's just a simple "attrib +h" then that's too obvious.
If it cuts deep down into the file system and modifies the MFT, I'll have nightmares...

Details please?

Reply   |   Comment by Louie  –  7 years ago
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This will not work with "Mohave"...(wink) plus I do not keep anything important on my computer that someone would want to steal. I keep the important information in my brain. I cant imagine what I would hide, or whom I would be hiding it from. I guess if someone kept their ss#, dob, home address and all of their credit cards, atm with pins and combination to the safe and where it is on your computer that could be helpful to hide it. Anyway, it doesnt want to install so no porn for me. ha ha ha I think this is old software..

Reply   |   Comment by Cynthia  –  7 years ago
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CLARIFICATION post # 62



As I said before these kind of applications should not be offered by GAOTD in the form of time-limited license because in case of PC CRASH users should be forced to buy the licence of the program in order to decrypt the folders or files.

Of course theoretically everybody should remember the PASSWORD as long as every PASSWORD is easy to remember, but this could contradict the aim of the software by reducing the system security degree, doesn't it?

So for this kind of SW I strongly believe that it's much better instal FREEWARE alternatives such as those shown in my previous post (N.62).


Moreover KRUPTOS 2, EASY FILE LOCKER (see above for the download links), TRUECRYPT and MY LOCKBOX are definetely much better than this GAOTD (or at least they do more or less the same things) and all of them, except KRUPTOS 2, are compatible with WINDOWS VISTA unlike this one!!

So I can't see any point of downloading this GAOTD.


Cheers

Giovanni

Reply   |   Comment by giovi69  –  7 years ago
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Great!! !! now i dont have to worry about my Christmas list falling into the wrong hands!! !!

Reply   |   Comment by donniema  –  7 years ago
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#56 Are you suggesting that I shouldn't bother reading ZA's threat reports?

Type: Virus

Status: This item is active and may pose a threat to your security and/or privacy.

Information: You should try to repair, quarantine, delete or rename this item.

FYI the "not-a-virus" family of viruses, is a very large part of Kaspersky's Virus Watch database. And yes, I do know a bit about Riskware as well.

Reply   |   Comment by caulbox  –  7 years ago
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Well it seems that this SW has been rejected by most of GAOTD vistors (just 40% THUMBS UP at the moment)



Just wondering what if my PC crashes or is struck by lightning and everything is lost?

Would I be forced to buy the licence of the program and spend 20 $ in order to recover the passwords implemented on the EXE.FILES?

These kind of applications are just TRAPS and should not be offered by GAOTD in the form of time-limited license.





Better FREE (for ever) ALTERNATIVES, besides TRUECRYPT and MY LOCKBOX:


- KRUPTOS 2


http://www.download.com/Kruptos-2/3000-2092_4-10446164.html


Kruptos 2 is an easy-to-use 128/256-bit file encryption utility that allows you to secure any sensitive files stored on your PC or portable storage device. Kruptos 2 includes a file shredding utility, and the ability to generate self-decrypting files. It is quick to download and simple to install. It is good for secure transportation of files on portable storage devices, such as portable hard drives, USB storage keys. It also maintains the original files time and date details.


A full review of KRUPTOS 2 from SOFTPEDIA can be found here:


http://www.softpedia.com/reviews/windows/Kruptos-2-Review-59471.shtml





And above all:


- EASY FILE LOCKER (works with VISTA also)


http://www.download.com/Easy-File-Locker/3000-2144_4-10872649.html?cdlPid=10872650



Easy File Locker is an easy-to-use security software product that can protect your private files and folders. With its great protection, users will not be able to open, read, modify, delete, move, copy the locked files/folders, or even not be able to see it. The hidden files/folders will be totally invisible to all users and to any program. Easy File Locker will keep protecting the files/folders even under Windows Safe Mode. It is designed for protecting files/folders on your local computer. It doesn't change the protected files and folders, it will not slow down the system speeds and it will never have the chance to destroy your data.




Cheers from Italy!!


Giovanni

Reply   |   Comment by giovi69  –  7 years ago
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Jason(Comment 48) Go to the Heading "Giveaway of the Day" and under "System Requirements" you would have had your Answer. Nowhere does it say it is "VISTA" Ready only for "Windows 2000/XP/2003 Server" If you read the comments prior to making a decision,You can usually find your Answer. Many Comments prior to yours emphesises it is not for VISTA! Give GAOTD a break. I know there are always room for Mistakes. Thanks GAOTD for what you give us.

Reply   |   Comment by cgman  –  7 years ago
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To: 60 raggedy - people are making comments about Vista because it is the OS of the moment. All today's software should address it. It's an age ahead of XP, little more than a simple mechanical disk spinning program. Vista is made for the 21st century with all its demands and threats and eventually you'll understand that you'll have to do more than 'finger your food'. :)

Reply   |   Comment by Phaedron  –  7 years ago
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I had this the first time it was offered, used it, seemed fine until I totally forgot which folders I hid ... and have stayed hidden for many months. Didn't see any way to locate them either. Uninstalled.

Reply   |   Comment by Libby  –  7 years ago
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To: 43 AK Doc - good on you for including information like this. While is does open the doors to those who would act against us at least it opens the field to an informed understanding of the field.

As for the (nett) negative rating you are receiving - you may have received 70 clicks of thanks, but with this limited system we never know. It seems that any form of noxious sentiment perceived by the primal readers' hindbrains gets a 'No'. Useless. If they can bother reading down as far as this - watch my comment. :)

So thanks for the information.

Reply   |   Comment by Phaedron  –  7 years ago
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i had this program. every time i scan my PC with KIS2009 it reminds me some kind of malware/trojan.finally i removed it from my life.All i can say is " STAY AWAY"

Reply   |   Comment by itsme  –  7 years ago
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#44 Thanks for responding. I'm using:

ZoneAlarm Anti-virus 8.0.059.000
TrueVector security engine version 8.0.059.000
Driver version 8.0.059.000
Anti-virus engine version 6.0.2.678, DAT file version 965481811

I had actually deleted my installation. I'm not one of those users who suffer from 'virus paranoia' at the merest suggestion. My decision to delete was prompted by the comments raised by Fivish #35 concerning the possible aftermath of defragging, as well as the (serious?) nature of the problem in the post I referred to on your forums.

However, using Recuva I was able to retrieve the deleted files of my installation intact. I've just scanned the recovered files with ZoneAlarm AntiVirus, and I've now forwarded a screenshot of the reported virus threat, as per your request (I recovered the files to my drive N)

Reply   |   Comment by caulbox  –  7 years ago
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So Vista is the OS of the moment?

It would seem that having Vista installed on your computer stops you reading the System Requirements at the top of every Giveaway (It's right after the thumbs up and thumbs down ratings, people).

I'm glad I've got XP so I haven't gone blind. :-)

Reply   |   Comment by raggedy  –  7 years ago
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Oh hey look its the same people that did the GAOTD on the 10th , SWF to AVI concerter that wouldn't install on my system and has yet to respond to my email.

Hi everyone,

We will be glad to answer all your questions concerning SWF & FLV Toolbox. Please, email us your detailed request concerning our software to support@eltima.com. Because the majority of requests require research to resolve, it can sometimes take us some time to respond.

Eltima Support Team

Reply   |   Comment by Mooha  –  7 years ago
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Juse use http://www.truecrypt.org/

Free open-source disk encryption software for Windows Vista/XP, Mac OS X, and Linux
Main Features:

* Creates a virtual encrypted disk within a file and mounts it as a real disk.

* Encrypts an entire partition or storage device such as USB flash drive or hard drive.

* Encrypts a partition or drive where Windows is installed (pre-boot authentication).

* Encryption is automatic, real-time (on-the-fly) and transparent.

* Provides two levels of plausible deniability, in case an adversary forces you to reveal the password:

1) Hidden volume (steganography) and hidden operating system.

2) No TrueCrypt volume can be identified (volumes cannot be distinguished from random data).

* Encryption algorithms: AES-256, Serpent, and Twofish. Mode of operation: XTS.

Further information regarding features of the software may be found in the documentation.

Reply   |   Comment by Rob  –  7 years ago
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@48 - What an arrogant and ill-informed comment. Just because some software is not designed to work with Vista does not make it "junk"
In fact, many folks (and many business users!)choose to stick with XP because it is leaner and faster than Vista, and works very well. The world includes more views than just your own my friend!

Thanks for this offering GOTD - keep up the great work.

Reply   |   Comment by Marcel Wave  –  7 years ago
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Hide My Folders is a great program if you need it, I have tried it before and I personally don't need it, but there are a lot of scenarios in which using it would be quite effective - unauthorized access to your computer, for one. To dismiss it as only being used for criminal activities shows more about the commentator than the program. The developers also obviously care enough to monitor the comments here and that is always a good sign.

#14 - If you bothered to rtfm, as well as actually read the simple description you pasted here, you would see that your ZA configuration is set to scan not only for viruses but for "risk tools", which are simply programs that can be used to subvert or add to the operating system, that's why it shows as "not a virus". Hide My Folders is considered a risk tool because it can be used to hide folders on your computer, get it?

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