Password protect your

  GANDALF <|:-)> 12:54 21 Jan 03
  GANDALF <|:-)> 12:54 21 Jan 03

There have been quite a few requests for Folder protection progs in recent week so here is a here is a small d/l (022Kb) that will protect your folders from prying eyes.


  GANDALF <|:-)> 13:04 21 Jan 03 is only for txt. files but if the info is that secret converting the files will be a doddle.


  thushan_83 14:05 21 Jan 03

is there any program to protect the folder not just the file?

  GANDALF <|:-)> 14:56 21 Jan 03

click here

You can also use Winzip and the password feature in it.

click here

click here most you have to pay for but there are some good utilities here.

quite a few here

Remember that all password protections are fairly easy to crack by someone that is well up on computers. ;-))


  PªūĽ ™ ♂ 22:53 21 Jan 03

If your using XP you can protect Zipped files already cant you ?

  powerless 23:07 21 Jan 03


  Forum Editor 23:12 21 Jan 03

you can, as PªūĽ ™ and Powerless have said, password-protect a compressed (zipped) folder.

1. Double-click the compressed folder.

2. On the File menu, click 'Add a Password'

3. Type a password.

4. Type the password again in the 'confirm password' box.

The folder is now protected, but remember that when you decompress the folder the files are no longer protected. Passwords are case-sensitive.

  PªūĽ ™ ♂ 23:16 21 Jan 03

Thankyou Powerless and FE

  Pumas 23:43 21 Jan 03

Just what I was looking for.

  Coaster3 22:13 22 Jan 03

If it's just text files you want to protect, copy them into a Word file and it's a simple matter to put a password on it.

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