Folder Lock 7.7 protects files in Windows, DOS, and Safe modes, even when you change your OS or boot from a disk. You can’t delete Folder Lock 7.7 own program folder to uninstalled without the correct password. Options include Stealth Mode, Hacker Attempt Monitoring, Shred files, AutoLock, Auto Shutdown PC, Lock your PC, Erase PC tracks, 256-bit Blowfish Encryption and Context Menu in Explorer.
Folder Lock 7
This Folder Lock is the flexible application offers the option to create virtual encrypted Wallets, for storing data such as addresses and bank information. You can also back up all of your encrypted data to the cloud. Folder Lock configuration settings are comprehensive and password protected for extra security. Software Folder Lock with some additional options including Stealth Mode, Hacker Attempt Monitoring, Shred files, AutoLock, Auto Shutdown PC, Lock your PC, Erase PC tracks, 256-bit Blowfish Encryption and Context Menu in Explorer.
Folder Lock can Lock and Hide files and folders within seconds. It enables you to Password Protect and restricts the unwanted eyes from viewing files, folders, and drives.
Encrypt your Files
Folder Lock creates Lockers. Just as you would put your money in a safe, would you like to keep your files in a digital ‘Locker’ that’s safer than a bank’s vault? You can create ‘Locker(s)’ which are protected by AES 256-bit encryption. You need not encrypt or decrypt files when accessing; simply copy them to Locker and voila! They are encrypted on-the-fly.
Folder Lock offers a 2-way encryption and backup method, letting you backup your encrypted ‘Lockers’ online. This feature lets you create a password protected backup of your Lockers so that the information is not only secured from prying eyes but is protected from loss or damage. If your PC gets stolen or data gets deleted, simply recover your data back from your online account.
You can also keep your Lockers in portable devices including USB and External Drives.
Folder Lock lets you create digital Wallets to protect the confidential information you use on regular basis.
Shredding your files deletes your files permanently from your hard disk in such a way that even a file recovery software cannot recover them again.