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Monday, February 2, 2009

Protect any EXE-file or Application by Putting Your Own Password on it.



Exe Password allows you to protect any EXE-file with its own password. In doing so, this password is stored directly in the EXE-file. Adding any password to a file is extremely easy: Just select the desired file on the desktop (in the start menu or in Explorer), choose the context menu (right mouse click), select password protection, enter password - finished. From now on a password must be entered when the application / EXE-file is started it’s an old software but is really effective for preventing other to access your own file


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