L'offre gratuite du jour pour Protected Folder Pro 1.3 était valable le 20 juin 2019!
Voulez-vous éviter la suppression accidentelle de fichiers importants? Comment garder les fichiers spécifiés uniquement disponibles pour afficher, ne pas modifier? Le dossier protégé sera celui qu'il vous faut! Il suffit de définir un mot de passe pour verrouiller les fichiers et les données importants. Vous obtiendrez une protection plus efficace de ces dossiers.
Il existe des regards indiscrets qui tentent d’accéder à vos fichiers privés. Protected Folder Windows 10 protège vos données et fichiers privés. L'accès par mot de passe est toujours nécessaire, peu importe qui veut obtenir les informations personnelles protégées. Pas plus d'inquiétudes sur les fuites de confidentialité!
Les virus, les logiciels espions et les ransomwares constituent toujours une menace pour la sécurité de vos fichiers importants et de vos données privées. Par exemple, WannaCry, largement répandu, a extorqué des utilisateurs en cryptant des fichiers. Le moteur optimisé Dossier protégé lui permet de garder le verrouillage des fichiers même si le PC subit une attaque malveillante.
Remarque: la licence actuelle est fournie pour 6 mois. b>
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Commentaires sur Protected Folder Pro 1.3
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The exact same version was offered here in December. It received less than stellar comments. Check them here...
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I'm sorry, but this type of software is not needed to hide or prevent files from being deleted. There are a number of way in which this can be easily done without any additional software, plus you'll be able to access your files/data anytime without being held to ransom (speaking figuratively, no slight to developer) to unlock your files. Maybe, it's time that some people out there took the time to learn how to use their machines instead of just playing on them. It's not that hard and I've made a good living doing it for years.
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A good program but too short. Should be a year licence but 6 months is too short for something that can not let you get files back after the 6 months...
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iObit is correct when they say that preventing access to files, in this case by using Protected Folder Pro, means that ransomware cannot encrypt those files & delete the originals. The catch is that if ransomware tries to do its thing while you've got those files unlocked to work with them, they're not going to be protected. Some security software, e.g. BitDefender, prevents many apps from accessing protected folders, so you don't have to worry if they're locked or unlocked, the potential weakness being if ransomware somehow tricks the security software into thinking it's allowed access.
When it comes to hiding files &/or folders, that's something that the file system, e.g. NTFS, just doesn't do. The NSA reportedly developed their own file system, that no one else has the ability to work with, just for that -- a partition using that file system is for practical purposes invisible because no software understands it to see it. A so-called root kit, &/or apps like Protected Folder Pro, can tell the OS [usually Windows] to not see something, again for practical purposes making it invisible. It can be done with a driver that loads with Windows, but those Invisible files & folders will be visible when that driver's not loaded, e.g. booting to another OS, e.g. WinPE or another copy of Windows or Linux. Intelligence agencies & cybercriminals are working on tools that alter the BIOS, or reportedly in the NSA, alters the hard drive firmware, so that files & folders can remain invisible as long as that device is used, not being limited to just that copy of Windows.
The main user alternative is to hide stuff in plain sight... An optionally encrypted Zip or 7-zip file can be renamed and stored anywhere. Veracrypt lets you create an encrypted VHD [Virtual Hard Disk]. It also has the option to create a VHD with 2 partitions, each using a different password, so one of those partitions is hidden in a way that's [as far as anyone knows] cannot be detected. [However, If you were to fill the 1st partition so there was no free space, and if the 2nd partition were large enough, you could probably tell it exists by the size of the VHD file.]
That said, an app like Protected Folder might be easier to use than many alternatives, and both the encryption and hiding features might be enough in many situations. Plenty of people would never think, or care enough to look if Protected Folder or similar is in use, or have the skills to try and bypass it.
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