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Giveaway of the day — docLock

docLock allows you to password protect any file or folder on your computer with ease.
$49.95 EXPIRED
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docLock was available as a giveaway on June 23, 2011!

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docLock allows you to password protect any file or folder on your computer with ease. Keep sensitive information completely secure from anyone who may access your computer and keep your personal information in your control at all times.

Need to take your secure file with you? docLock is simple to transport via disk or portable drive for use on any PC!

Key features:

  • Securely Lock Files, Folders, Documents;
  • Protect Against Lost or Stolen Personal Information;
  • Simple to Use;
  • Drag and Drop Locking/Unlocking Technology;
  • Complements all Security Software.

System Requirements:

Windows 2000/ XP/ Vista/ 7

Publisher:

LargeSoftware.com

Homepage:

http://www.largesoftware.com/html/doclock.html

File Size:

3.91 MB

Price:

$49.95

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#53

WinRAR has the exact same functionality for any combination of any types of files and folders.

Reply   |   Comment by hotmatrixx  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#52

If you do buy docLock it is for version 1.0 and all minor releases. Any major releases will require purchase, but we also discount to current customers. Also support is always free and included for the lifetime of the product, no matter if you have an older version or not, you will always receive free support.

Also for those worried about deleting the program and being stuck with locked files, we always offer a free download on the website, that you can re-download. Also you can call our technical support line 24 hours a day and receive a new download, or email our support line. We will not leave you with locked files you will not be able to unlock.

Reply   |   Comment by Largesoftware  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#51

Far too many people are endorsing TrueCrypt when its a very complicated and unnecessary program. It would be foolish to use DocLoc as it will one day leave you with encrypted data that you cannot acceess unless you pay for it! My preference would be for FlashCrypt which not only is free, it has an option to allow for recovery if you 'lose' the password. But what are you encrypting? Do you work for MI5 or are you hiding porn?

Reply   |   Comment by phil  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#50

This software is actually not that bad. Amd for those who are whining about losing the software, this comes with a serial number. Just download the original setup from the publisher site. And for those who are worried about unlocking file on other pc which does not have DockLock installed, the software has an option to create portable exe. That way you'll only need the password to unlock on other pc. And the idea of storing password in an image is quite fascinating too. But all said,if I have to pay my bucks then I would go for Folder Lock. The best there is. And True Crypt is the best freeware alternative.

Reply   |   Comment by SaikatXO  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#49

If you want to lock individual files you are better off using winrar to archive it and password protecting it. Winrar can also encrypt archives. After that you can give it any name you like and only you can open it. Also best thing is if you loose Winrar program you can easily download winrar anytime and also you can actually have your archive executable which means it will not depend on any program to open. You will just have to remember your password.

Programmes likw docLock are waste of time and you you buy them they are waste of money.

Reply   |   Comment by Havoc  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#48

Why so many thumbs down?
Works great. Supports many formats. They were even cool enough to include a reg key. Price is way too high though.

Ignore the thumbs, it's free today, grab it while you can.
Thanks.

Reply   |   Comment by rodken  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#47

I dont think people understand, the only way to select a file is to control or shift click and hit open, same for doing multiple files

Reply   |   Comment by jacob  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#46

I can just use notepad, save it, put it on a flashdrive and tape it to my computer... Who would want this

Reply   |   Comment by Dylan  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)
#45

it is very nice that you give away free and very useful softwares for FREE. I'm very grateful to your site and hopefully will check it daily for new ones.THANX

Reply   |   Comment by eeshan_gautam  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#44

#37 Dear LargeSoftware Person, You've answered my question re #36 question very well thank you.

I do have 1 more question that I cant find on the [http://www.largesoftware.com/html/faq.html] or other pages of the website:

When I went to purchase the program I cant find any information to inform me if I was buying a version license which only covers v1.xxx product releases, or, a perpetual/perpetuity license which included tech support and major upgrades (as well as the usual minor updates) forever more?

Reply   |   Comment by Peter  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#43

BitLocker and BitLocker to Go - works well, comes with the O/S, and is easy to recover even on an O/S reimage/reinstall.

Reply   |   Comment by Fasstdak  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#42

#14: "Files locked by ANY program can be ‘seen’ using Ubuntu!"

I think many people see lock/unlocked & are looking for DocLock to hide files/folders rather than encrypt them, which is what it does.

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#23: "My windows (7 Ultimate) has this built in – for files and or folders."

:-) Yes, & to mail an encrypted file you just box up your drive & head to the post office. :-) Sorry -- couldn't resist. :-)

Seriously though, Google/Bing if you're interested & you can find plenty of pros/cons for that encryption, &/or other types of disk-based encryption like Truecrypt. DocLock is a different sort of app for a different sort of job -- encrypted file(s) can be treated for the most part [i.e. no Mac or *nix] just like any password protected zip or 7z archive, e.g. moved, e-mailed, posted on-line for download, stored most anywhere.

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#32: "Will it lock-out virus ?"

Actually I *think* yes -- malware may try to attach code to a file as a means of staying hidden [when that file's opened the code executes]. In testing when I altered an encrypted file that file could not be decrypted so it couldn't be opened. That said, while it may provide some assurance for e-mailed docs for example, it's not going to protect your system from mal-ware.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+17)
#41

I dont understand ppl like #1. If this program crashes and you cannot open it, then simply download a trial version or full version that works 30 days to open it. In worst case, you buy the software and ask your money back. It's so simple! It's simpler than losing your files to third parties!

Anyway, thanks to GAOTD and Mike! Mike, your comment does weigh to many ppl to decide whether download or not. Please always stay with this community!

Reply   |   Comment by Ozawa  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)
#40

@35 Goldenbarstewart: The purpose of this program is to keep people from accessing the contents of the files, not to keep the files safe from deletion.

If you want to protect against deletion, make backups.

Reply   |   Comment by Socks  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)
#39

DocLock is an easy to use, lightweight, encryption app for files &/or folders. You can set it to delete the originals after encrypting, &/or delete encrypted files after decrypting, but it doesn't say whether files are erased or simply deleted -- DocLock does offer Secure Delete as one of its 5 task windows. Locked files/folders are stored in a single zipped file [you can choose from 4 compression levels, including none] with a ".doclock" extension -- those files can of course be re-named [to make the fact they're locked less obvious], but DocLock won't touch them until you change the name back. [The developer(s) may want to look at Axcrypt features in this regard for future versions.] And as with the last GOTD encryption software, encrypted [locked] files can still be altered [e.g. in Notepad], & in tests trying to unlock an altered file crashed [froze] DocLock. You have the option to lock & save a file as an .exe, meaning you don't need DocLock to unencrypt it, & you can also save that .exe inside a .zip file automatically. One interesting feature is that as part of the locking process, you can embed/hide the password used inside an image file -- to unlock it you can select that image file rather than type in or copy/paste the password. You can choose 1 of 8 encryption methods & 1 of 4 cipher modes, & DocLock does include a random password generator, though not a very good one IMHO.

Using DocLock may be easiest from Windows right-click context menu, but the program window isn't bad & supports drag/drop. Everything you do is divided among 5 window views: Options, Lock a File, Unlock a File, Manage Passwords, & Secure Delete a File -- Options is where you set defaults, e.g. delete files after encrypting, & Manage Passwords lets you change the password used with an encrypted file. There is no help, but clickable hints [think ToolTips] are located throughout the program. The DocLock program folder holds 79 [mostly skin related] files, 3 folders, taking up ~6 MB, while shell integration [e.g. that right-click menu] & an uninstall key account for the recorded 79 new registry entries... FWIW if you can do without those context menus it should be easy to make [or use] DocLock as a portable app.

Mention encryption & someone will say Truecrypt, but Truecrypt is designed for encrypted virtual disks, single files that act like & hold a disk partition. While it is possible, virtual disks are not ideally suited for someone wanting to store files on-line or send them via e-mail. Encrypted disks, virtual or otherwise are much easier to work with OTOH at your desk, where you can access their contents without bothering about decrypting each file or folder to use them, then re-encrypting when you're done. Encrypting anything you wouldn't post publicly on-line *with your real identity* is likely a great idea. Hackers, bots, worms etc. gain access to more systems than are reported -- if it was easy to tell if/when your system was compromised, bot-nets wouldn't/couldn't exist. On-line storage can be compromised the same way, & just because you're totally innocent of any wrongdoing, that's no assurance of anything, e.g. the FBI just seized several hosting servers, but reportedly were only after one... even assuming no government agency &/or agent ever abused their authority or exceeded the letter of the law, you have little or no say in what's released as part of any legal proceedings. It can be unfortunately easy to become collateral damage.

That said, there are better/worse encryption apps than DocLock. Embedding passwords in images is cool as an easier way to keep track of them, & self-running/self-decrypting files are often handy, but you can manage that 2nd part with many (most?) file compression apps/formats like 7-zip. Some encryption apps use 1 password for everything, & many remember it so you don't have to enter a password each time you de-crypt a file or folder -- DocLock uses 1 password per encrypted file, which IMHO is better since just because I gave you the password to the file I e-mailed, that doesn't mean I want you to be able to access every file on my system... besides, if I wanted convenience I'd use an encrypted disk. I don't think DocLock is for the most security minded folks -- apps that are have options for things like on-screen keyboards, protect the memory they use etc. -- but if you're not one of them & like the interface & features DocLock seems a nice encryption app.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+27)
#38

True crypt does more than this software

Reply   |   Comment by Prince  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-19)
#37

Hi Peter, thank you for the question. Yes docLock actually includes a way to allow you to open any locked file on a computer that does not have docLock installed. You only need the password. When creating a locked file choose the "Create a Portable Lock File" option(which is just below the File box) you can then place this file on a USB drive for example, take with you to another computer, load onto that computer, and simply double click the locked file, the program will ask for your password to unlock, then you should be all set. Be sure to select the "Create a Portable Lock File" option, if you forget to do this and try to simply transfer a locked file you will not be able to unlock on another computer without docLock installed. Let me know if this fully answered your questions.

Reply   |   Comment by Largesoftware  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+26)
#36

#34 Dear LargeSoftware - thanks for Your input, it's good too know background etc.

Can I ask a question based on another GOTD user's comment: what about moving a locked file from the computer the program is installed on to another computer that doesn't have docLock according to #33 John the file could be transferred to another PC that didn't have docLock on it and the file could be unlocked.

Question: Could an option be added to the program that allows the locked file to either remain locked or allow unlocking if the file is not on a computer that has docLock installed on it?

Reply   |   Comment by Peter  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#35

34 does not respond to the fact the the 'locked' file can be deleted with a simple right click. How does that protect the locked file - anyone can delete it if they wish.

Reply   |   Comment by Goldenbarstewart  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)
#34

We at Largesoftware.com wanted to touch base on a recurring question/comment. We see a lot of concern with creating a locked file and it remaining unlock on for example the desktop. This is actually a feature we put in place from customer feedback from first time users, as they were worried about locking a file for the first time. With that said, you can absolutely have the original file deleted upon locking a file each and every time by simply going into the "Options" tab and going to "File Options" and selecting "Delete Locked Files after Unlocking" This will allow you as seasoned users of the product to have each original file completely deleted after creating a locked file. I like the feedback and it might be good for us to have a popup screen for first time users explaining this option upfront.

Reply   |   Comment by Largesoftware  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+40)
#33

Installed easily in XP sp3. I created several folders and put mixed files of these types: txt, png, reg,chm, pdf, and ico including nested folders. All seemed to go well. The original files are left though. ?? Seems after locking you have to delete the orignals. I uninstalled with revo and did a restart. Searched the registry and deleted all refs to docLock and mtd the recycle bin and restarted. I can still unlock the Portable Locked File with my password, the files are viewable/editable and the locked file is still there. Moved the locked files to another pc (xp again) via flash drive and the files are unlockable. With the program gone though, you can't change your password. Program is not for me.

Reply   |   Comment by John  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#32

Will it lock-out virus ?

Reply   |   Comment by George  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-29)
#31

Very disappointed!! I 'locked' a file on the desktop but it remains unless I delete it. An icon appears for the locked file - which is encouraging. However, I was able to delete the 'locked' file icon with a right click!! Now the file is completely gone (it does not appear in the program window when re-opened!!!! So how does that 'protect' my file?? I'll stick with Protected Folder by Iobit referred to above - it's the best I've come across yet.

Reply   |   Comment by Goldenbarstewart  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-11)
#30

To those worried about re-installs, major crashes. losing ... etc.

It says "Need to take your secure file with you? docLock is simple to transport via disk or portable drive for use on any PC! ".

So you may not be able to do any new Locking, but all that was locked previously (and not destroyed in the crash or etc.) will still be accessible because you use the password.

If you loose or forget the password, it is the same as for most of these software packages :-(

Not tried it yet because I am at work, but will try tonight.

Reply   |   Comment by Terry likes cactii  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#29

Well for SW like this one I believe that FREE and/or OPEN SOURCE apps out there are the best option to go.

TRUECRYPT is of course the best choice to keep your files and folders from snoopers, but if you want to protect your data on any PC without administrator access (so even at the Internet Café or in your working environment) my suggestion is to use a FREE tool called SAFEHOUSE EXPLORER, which allows you to easily encrypt and then decrypt your USB/flash drive on any PC you run into, using a safe 256-bit TwoFish encryption system.

http://www.safehousesoftware.com/SafeHouseExplorer.aspx


To create strong and uncrackable password for your files and folders, just use this free cool tool:

http://www.softpedia.com/get/Security/Password-Managers-Generators/PC-Tools-Password-Utilities.shtml


For more information about this issue, see also:

http://howto.wired.com/wiki/Protect_Your_Hard_Drive_From_Data_Snoops
http://lifehacker.com/5113886/top-10-ways-to-lock-down-your-data


Finally....if you work or live in an environment where many people can easily gain access to your PC or laptop, why not LOCK your entire MACHINE (and not just your files and folders) with an USB DRIVE, even when your Windows session is still opened??

The FREEWARE PREDATOR can do this and more:

http://www.montpellier-informatique.com/predator/en/


Enjoy & Prosper!!

Reply   |   Comment by Giovanni  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+24)
#28

Outstanding! Now I never need to worry about my files being seen by "nosey" people! Who needs a program as complicated as TrueCrypt when we have this, much easier to use.
Thanks GOTD!

Reply   |   Comment by Tim Gervane  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-10)
#27

I also wanted to point out that if people are concerned about losing the program in a hard disk crash or whatever, that this program allows you to store your encrypted files as self contained portable .exe or .zip so you can access the data on any computer whether or not it has Docloc installed.

Reply   |   Comment by WobblyWombat  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+25)
#26

Dont mess with this programme, it will give you grief! Use axcrypt and flashcrypt for all your security needs. They are always free and very reliable.

But why are you so paranoid about your data? What have you to hide? Better store your 'important' files on an external hard drive and hide the drive somewhere safe like in a fire safe in the loft.

Reply   |   Comment by bill  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-16)
#25

Hmmmmm....just d/loaded this and gave it a try...interesting. Don't pass it up just because the comments say that "it doesn't work" - It works very well.
Other comments: "lock other files than .doc" - it locks all types of files.
Furter comments: " i think it can't lock folders," - nonsense. this software works very well locking a folder.
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DocLock has a straightforward, easy to use, is right click menu accessible, and seems well thought out and developed.
It seems that the comments of "i tried it and it's totally useless" were written by (perhaps well meaning) folks who didn't put the time in to study the way this proggy works.
All you have to do is RIGHT click on the file or folder you want to protect (lock). Look for doclock in the menu, touch it with your mouse pointer and 3 options will come up, choose "lock a file".
Then merely create your password. (the program will tell you if your password is weak or strong)Then click on lock. You have now created your locked archive.
Then go back to the original file, right click again, go to Locdock and choose "secure delete" - then delete the original.
Thats it.
I guess that some people got confused because the original file was still there. If you think about it - that is a good thing. The last thing that you would want is for LocDock to merely delete the original because it would be simple to access with undelete utils, Locdock gives you the option of how you wish to destroy the original....do nothing, merely delete or securely erase.
Personally - i like it. *Try it out*. after all - it is free and it doesn't have the learning curve of, say, Truecrypt.

Reply   |   Comment by Jeff  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+28)
#24

Check out "Protected Folder" by Iobit - I find this excellent! Files, folders, etc. disappear until unlocked by the program. http://www.iobit.com/password-protected-folder.html

Reply   |   Comment by Goldenbarstewart  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-18)
#23

My windows (7 Ultimate) has this built in - for files and or folders.

Reply   |   Comment by southpolecat  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)
#22

Hard Water (#13) makes several good points about the "Gifts" we receive here rather eloquently, hear hear. That said, the final point regarding keeping the installer to use with the code in case of loss may be misleading - I think you'll find the supplied installer will not work once the period has expired. (However, the code may or may not work with a current version of the same program from the dev's site...)

From a quick test this seems to be a pretty good option for easy to use file security. There are many options for encryption and compression and simple tick boxes to Delete original files after locking and Delete locked files after unlocking. It's also good to see secure wiping included, but I'm unable to find any options for this process or even a reference to what method is used to wipe data. A BIG concern is the lack of confirmation before wiping - I was already wiping C:\ before I realised I'd clicked the wrong button when I wanted to test the wipe on a single file.

All in all I rather like the look of this, and encourage the developers to keep improving (I notice this is V1.0) but will stick to TrueCrypt and Axcrypt, which are both excellent programs - free and open source.

Reply   |   Comment by WobblyWombat  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+25)
#21

MY error...
From the website:

Often times a deleted file will still be recoverable from your hard drive. docLock Secure Delete makes it easy to remove files so they will be completely unrecoverable.

apologies... >_<

Reply   |   Comment by Jeff  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+12)
#20

I use Microsoft's My Private Folder and it's free.

Reply   |   Comment by paul thompson  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)
#19

#15. And as Luigi mentions above, once the files have been encrypted you need to delete the originals.
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Actually, unless you overwrite the originals with a file erase utility, a simple delete will leave the original file easily accessible thru simple file undelete utilities.
It makes little sense to opt for the secuity of encrypting a file then merely deleting the original.

My suggestion to the developer:

Once encryption has completed add a facility that enables you to select the ability to automatically delete and securely erase the files you used to create an encrypted copy.

Reply   |   Comment by Jeff  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#18

Truecrypt for groups of files, axcrypt for single files. There are so many free programs which aren't time limited that this is pretty much a waste of time.

FWIW, MyLockBox did me wrong many years back and I haven't trusted it since.

Reply   |   Comment by Geo from Rio  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+23)
#17

I'm using Everstrike's Universal Shield. Best of all softwares. Even it had stealth mode too... No one cant steal yours..........

Reply   |   Comment by Night Fury  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-29)
#16

so tired of you people crying "what if my computer crashes" wah wah wah. BE PREPARED. BACK UP. Maybe in a few csaes you might have to buy something. OH MY! Don't cry here because they want to give you something! Go away!

Reply   |   Comment by MikeH  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-13)
#15

And as Luigi mentions above, once the files have been encrypted you need to delete the originals. If you can't figure that (comment #7) Duh!

Suggestion to the developer:

Once encryption has completed add a facility that enables you to select the ability to automatically delete the files you used to create an encrypted copy.

Reply   |   Comment by Hard Water  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+18)
#14

Files locked by ANY program can be 'seen' using Ubuntu!

Reply   |   Comment by jeb  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+16)
#13

The program works perfectly well. It may appear not to save folders, but it does. I tested it on two folders. One containing a program and the other containing a mixture of images of different formats and doc files. The files within the folder were all locked into one file. You can even create an image file of your password if you feel the need to. When you unlock the file containing the contents of a folder it recreates the folder then unlocks the files into that folder. If you’ve used a image to store your password you just select that image and it finds the password then unlocks the folder. This program is simple and works perfectly.


To those who are moaning about what if scenarios, as in 'what if I lose the giveaway due to reinstalling windows or buying a new computer'.

The simple answer to that is ‘install the demo’ to unlock all of the locked folders that you may have, and or alternatively if you like the program so much why don't you purchase it? (see the last paragraph for a nice surprise)

The giveaway programs we get for free ultimately enables users to have an 'extended trial' of loads of useful (and some not) programs, but the fact that the programs use are limited to the installation you have at the moment of the giveaway does not mean it's free for life (unless you keep the computer unchanged , but that's very unlikely).

The whole point of these giveaways is to allow you unlimited use of the product until such time that you need to reinstall your platform or install a new system; then you have to decide whether the program was useful and you can't live without it, or whether you can get something similar either for free or cheaper.

Personally I've purchased all of the programs I've found very useful and for those that I've not, I've deleted the program and used one of the many alternatives that some giveaway members post for each giveaway that is given away.

Anyway, this giveaway comes with a registration code, so you shouldn’t have to worry about not being able to open your locked folders/files. Why! Because so long as you’ve saved the original installation you should be able to re-register it once you’ve installed your new OS or hardware using the registration code that was given with the giveaway (see the read-me that comes with the giveaway for details). Just make sure you don’t delete the original installation.

Reply   |   Comment by Hard Water  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+37)
#12

I once had a problem with My Lockbox when it would no longer accept my password after a computer crash. Left me with a useless folder that I couldn't access. Best programme for this is TrueCrypt which is free.

Reply   |   Comment by Brian  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+36)
#11

Zu Nr. 7.
Options - Delete Locked Files and Delete original Files after unlocking/Locking

Reply   |   Comment by Luigi  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-8)
#10

I also use My Lockbox. Wouldn't you have to buy a copy of this program if your Windows installation failed and you wanted to open your recovered files? This is not my idea of a free giveaway. It is more like a loan in anticipation of a future purchase by the poor bloke who thought he received something for nothing.

Reply   |   Comment by Marty  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+20)
#9

another nice apps... Thanks Gaotd!
if i have some money i will buy this apps...

Reply   |   Comment by lambo  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-109)
#8

Agree with #4. Never had a problem with MyLockbox. As for concerns about losing files forever you should still have offsite backups, therefore not an issue.

Reply   |   Comment by Graham  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-46)
#7

Installation and activation perfect, but leaves the original files/folders intact, so useless. Strange piece of security software.

Reply   |   Comment by ynir  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+50)
#6

The greatest piece of software ever offered by the greatest free software clearinghouse ever. Now, will you actually post this, despite the sarcasm?

Reply   |   Comment by HarryHankinson  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-123)
#5

I use EncryptOnClick and it's freeware. http://www.2brightsparks.com/freeware/freeware-hub.html

Reply   |   Comment by f8tality  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+54)
#4

I've been using 'My Lockbox' for about two years now and swear by it.

http://fspro.net/my-lockbox/

Reply   |   Comment by Katie  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+19)
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