Folder Lock 7.9.2 Crack With Activation Code Free Download
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Folder Lock Crack
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Folder Lock Serial Key is a complete solution for all your data security needs. It allows you to protect your personal files in a variety of ways on your PC and portable drive and provides an optional backup of protected files to online storage. Folder Lock comes with a perfect combination of seven (7) security tools that allow you to encrypt important files with 256-bit dynamic encryption; back them up to online storage in real-time and store them on any portable device.
By now it should be clear that encryption isn’t just for security geeks and IT administrators. You can take precautions to secure your own most sensitive files and folders by encrypting them. Some encryption utilities turn files and folders into encoded versions of themselves. Others create secure storage locations that act like standard drives or folders but can be locked, encrypting all of their contents. Still others maintain encrypted storage in the cloud. Most encryption utilities stick to just one of these functions. Folder Lock does all three things, and more, balancing ease of use with a wide range of features.
As with most competing products, your $39.95 purchase entitles you to use Folder Lock (the version I tested) indefinitely. You don’t have to buy right away; you can run the program 25 times before it demands payment. You also get free access to all updates until the next major point update. When the next version comes out, you can either pay an update fee or just keep using the current version. Note, though, that in the four years since my original review the product only went from 7.6 to 7.7.
What Is Encryption?
The Nazi government used a device called the Enigma Machine to encrypt sensitive military communications before and during World War II. With its rows of buttons and actuator wheels, the device looked quite impressive. However, not only did the Allied forces crack the code, they managed to keep that fact from the enemy, so the Nazi generals kept sharing their strategies using the faulty encryption system. The resulting intelligence served the Allied forces well.
You’re probably familiar with symmetric encryption algorithms, where the same key encrypts and decrypts a file. AES, Blowfish, and many other common algorithms are symmetric. With this kind of algorithm, you must keep the password a deep, dark secret, and only share it via secure channels. But there’s another way. In a Public Key Infrastructure system, you get two keys, one public and one private. If I want to send you a file, I look up your public key and use it for encryption; you decrypt it with your private key. Public key cryptography is less common in small-scale encryption utilities.
If you’re concerned someone might try to break into your Folder Lock installation, you can enable Hack Security. At its default settings, this feature shuts down Folder Lock after three incorrect login attempts. If you frequently fumble-finger your password, you may want to set a higher number. You can also configure it to log out of your Windows account or even shut down Windows altogether after a number of failed attempts.
Locking and Unlocking
So, what does it mean to lock a file or folder? A locked file is not encrypted. Instead, Folder Lock uses a technique called kernel level filtering to hide the locked file from Windows, and from all programs running under Windows. If that sounds a bit like the way a rootkit hides its components from Windows, well, it is quite similar, but working for good, not evil. Locked files are protected from casual snooping, which may be all you need.
To lock a file or folder, you just drop it on Folder Lock. It appears inside Folder Lock and vanishes from Windows Explorer. The locking process happens in a flash, faster than encryption. You can also use a menu within the program to lock files, folders, and drives. Of course, you can’t lock the Windows drive.
The Lock Folders page in the program’s main window lists all of your locked items, with a green padlock next to each. If you’re done locking one or more items, you select them and click the button Unlock Items, or right-click and choose Remove. When you do so, the item vanishes from Folder Lock and reappears in Windows Explorer.
It’s more likely that you’ll simply want to access a locked item while keeping it secure. Clicking Protection Off leaves the item inside Folder Lock, with a red open padlock icon replacing the green locked padlock. The item reappears in Windows Explorer so you can access it. You can configure Folder Lock so that when it shuts down, it turns protection back on automatically. In use, it feels somewhat similar to AxCrypt’s Secured Folders feature.
Folder Lock doesn’t just hide files and folders. It can actually hide itself as well. Just engage Stealth Mode and anybody snooping around your computer won’t see a trace of it. To bring it out of hiding, you press the hotkey combination that you selected when invoking Stealth Mode. Security experts turn up their noses at security through obscurity, but this feature really can help fend off casual snoops.
Locking items makes them invisible, but a determined hacker with physical access to the computer could conceivably still get at the data, perhaps by booting to a non-Windows environment. For serious file protection, you need to create one or more encrypted lockers. These correspond to vaults in CryptoExpert and to encrypted volumes in Cypherix Cryptainer PE.
You start by naming your locker and accepting (or changing) the location for the file that holds the locker’s data. Next you set a password to protect the locker’s contents. Like InterCrypto Advanced Encryption Package , Folder Lock includes a virtual keyboard to eliminate any possibility of password capture by a keylogger. It rates password strength as you type, but unlike AxCrypt it’s pretty forgiving. It accepted “Password1” as strong password.
Next you must choose whether to create a backup-able FAT32 locker, accepting the limitation that no file larger than 4GB can be stored, or go for the no-limits NTFS format. You also set a maximum size. The initial size on disk is much smaller, growing as needed up to that maximum. Folder Lock takes care of formatting the drive, whichever file system you use. Cypherix Cryptainer PE, by contrast, relies on Windows to format NTFS virtual drives.
By default, Folder Lock assigns drive letters starting with Z: and works down from there. When you open a locker, you can choose a specific drive letter, and optionally open the locker in read-only mode. I did not, however, find a way to permanently assign a specific drive letter to a locker, the way Cypherix and CryptoExpert permit. If you try to close a locker that contains open files, the program warns you to close those files first.
Folder lock uses government-standard AES 256-bit encryption, and it claims to have the fastest AES algorithm around. That should be fine for most users. Yes, Advanced Encryption Package offers a choice of 17 different algorithms, and Ranquel Technologies CryptoForge lets you apply any or all of its four algorithms simultaneously, but most users don’t have the crypto-expertise to pick an algorithm.
There’s no point in copying an encrypted file into secure storage if you leave the plaintext original lying around. In addition, just deleting the file isn’t sufficient to wipe out its data. Forensic recovery software can often get back deleted files in their entirety. Folder Lock’s file shredder securely deletes files so they can’t be recovered.
The Shred Files page gives the appearance of a drag-drop target, but it isn’t. You must browse and select items to shred. Folder Lock also lacks the context menu integration found in Cypherix SecureIT, CryptoForge, and others.
By default, Folder Lock simply overwrites the file or folder with zeroes. You can set it to overwrite with random bytes instead. If you’re willing to have the shredder run a bit slower in order to more thoroughly erase the data, you can choose the three-pass Department of Defense algorithm, or the 35-pass Gutmann algorithm. But unless you anticipate law enforcement spending huge amounts of time and effort to recover your sinister deleted files, the single pass with zeroes or random numbers is probably sufficient. If shredding algorithms fascinate you, check out the 18 distinct algorithms in Advanced Encryption Package, most of which are government sanctioned.
By default, Folder Lock won’t shred any lockers, locked files, or wallets (more about wallets in a bit). That makes sense to me. But if you think otherwise, you can turn off this precautionary setting.Here’s a handy feature; Folder Lock includes the ability to overwrite all the free space on your drives. Doing so effectively applies secure deletion to all the files you’ve deleted previously. Be warned, this can take a very long time, especially if you select one of the multi-pass shredding algorithms.
CertainSafe Digital Safety Deposit Box stores your encrypted files directly to multiple encrypted cloud servers, ensuring security by splitting up parts of the file to different servers. Folder Lock doesn’t do that, but it offers secure backup for your encrypted lockers.
The secure backup component requires a subscription, separate from the price of Folder Lock. Rates range from $5 per month for 10GB, through $30 per month for 100GB, all the way up to $400 per month for 2TB. A free one-month trial is available for plans up to 100GB.
Once you’ve logged in to your secure backup account, you can configure automatic backup for any locker that you defined as backup-able during its creation. The already-encrypted locker data is transmitted via a secure SSL connection. You can optionally choose to sync a locker between multiple PCs that have Folder Lock installed.
USB and Email Protection
Cypherix SecureIT and Advanced Encryption Package can turn encrypted files into self-decrypting executables, files that don’t require the program itself for decryption. In an interesting twist, Folder Lock lets you make entire lockers into self-decrypting files that you can store on USB drives or even on DVDs. You can either make a self-decrypting copy of an existing locker or create a new locker directly on the removable drive.
- Encrypt Files: Encrypt your personal files using 256-bit on-the-fly encryption technology totally dynamic and fool-proof.
- Backup Online: Backup all your encrypted files automatically to online storage and easily restore it back.
- Protect USB / CD: Convert your encrypted storages into executables and take your portable drives anywhere.
- Lock Files: Protect important files from unwanted access by blocking visibility or access to files, folders, and drives.
- Make Wallets: Store sensitive information in encrypted form. A safe haven for private info like Credit Cards and Bank Accounts.
- Shred Files: Shred and permanently delete restorable files, folders, and drives and even empty hard drive space.
- Stealth Mode: Run Application in complete Stealth. Don’t let anyone know you ever installed Folder Lock on your PC.
- Hack Security: Don’t let hackers use dictionary attacks. Monitor, control and perform actions on incorrect password attempts.
- Password Security: Restrict access to various parts of the application with the use of admin level master password.
- Auto Protection: Set inactivity based security policy in order to secure everything when you’re away from your PC.
- Folder Lock works under all flavors of 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1 and Windows 10.
- OS: All Windows Versions Are Supported
- Memory: 150MB
- Processor: 1GHZ Processor
- Hard Drive: 30MB At Maximum
How to Crack?
- Download Folder Lock Crack from the given link.
- Turn off the virus protection before installing it.
- After installation, run Keygen & Click on “Generate Key.”
- Now copy the “Serial Key” and paste it to activate the program.
- Finally, All Done! Enjoy the Folder Lock full version.
The point of encrypting your data is to ensure it can’t be accessed by anyone but you. However, in the process of editing documents, visiting websites, and so on, you create a trail of evidence. Temporary files, browsing history, cached webpages, all of these have the potential to compromise your security. Folder Lock’s Clean History feature aims to help by wiping out at least some of these traces.
It wipes out Windows temporary files, clears the clipboard, and deletes the system’s memory of what folder you last used when opening or saving files. It clears recently used file history from Media Player, WordPad, and the Paint app. And it clears a number of Windows recently used file lists.
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