password protection for folders/files

  cadoc 20:39 11 Sep 06
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Can I assign a password to specific folders on my system to prevent them from being opened ? If so, how ?
(System is Windows 98 SE).
Thanks.

  GaT7 20:45 11 Sep 06

I use the free Cryptainer LE click here. The free version has a limit of 25Mb.

There's a better free one called TrueCrypt click here with no limitations, but it's for Win 2000 & above.

You could also use a free zip program like IZArc click here, but it's time consuming I think. G

  GaT7 20:47 11 Sep 06

The free version has a limit of 25Mb for each folder/crypt, with unlimited number of folders/crypts. G

  sean-278262 20:47 11 Sep 06

click here

Easycrypto is easy to use and I find it quite userfriendly.

  GaT7 20:48 11 Sep 06

Found more free ones click here. G

  cadoc 09:13 12 Sep 06

Thanks very much for the help.

  Koochy 10:49 12 Sep 06

Bookmarked
Thanks
Koochy

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