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  1. hacker7

    Folder Lock 7.7.2

    Folder Lock 7.7.2 Folder Lock is fast file-security software that can password-protect, lock, hide, and encrypt any number of files, folders, drives, pictures, and documents in seconds. Locked files are undeletable, unrenamable, unmovable, hidden, and inaccessible. You can lock, scramble, or encrypt depending on speed and security. Folder Lock is fully portable, so you can protect your files on USB flash drives, disks, CD-RWs, notebooks, and hard disks, and it doesn't require installation on another PC. Folder Lock protects files in Windows, DOS, and Safe modes, even when you change your OS or boot from a disk. Folder Lock doesn't let you delete its own program folder, and it can't be uninstalled without the correct password. Additional 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. Features Fastest Encryption: With Folder Lock you can now encrypt your files faster than ever. The program creates Lockers, without taking up much space and grow as you dump files in it. Lockers are encrypted, resizable, portable and ready for backup. Secure Backup: Folder Lock 7 allows you to optionally backup all files and folders you keep in your encrypted Lockers automatically while you continue to modify or access your encrypted files. Files remain encrypted at both ends. Additional Security: Users can now achieve true portable security, application level password security, activate stealth options, shred files, make wallets, clean history, auto protect the application and all its files, use virtual keyboard to type passwords to prevent key logging of any kind and can prevent hacking and incorrect password attempts. True Ease of Use: Folder Lock 7 leverages NewSoftware's highly regarded graphical user interface. Existing Folder Lock users will be immediately productive: It's the same great console they already know and love. New users will find Folder Lock 7 remarkably easy to configure and use. Even relative novices can use all features of the product without going through all the jargon and how tos. Homepage: http://www.newsoftwares.net/folderlock/ History: http://www.newsoftwares.net/folderlock/whatsnew.php Download: Installer Keygen SND + Hosts block https://yadi.sk /d/xYUjbHQJ3KdSSu or Key + Hosts block https://www.upload.ee /files/7672938/Folder.Lock.rar.html
  2. If you’re worried about someone trying to guess your Windows password, you can have Windows temporarily block sign in attempts after a specific number of failed attempts. Assuming you haven’t set Windows up to sign you in automatically, Windows allows an unlimited number of password attempts for local user accounts at the sign in screen. While it’s handy if you can’t remember your password, it also offers other people who have physical access to your PC an unlimited number of tries to get in. While there are still ways people can bypass or reset a password, setting up your PC to temporarily suspend sign in attempts after several failed attempts can at least help prevent casual break-in attempts if you’re using a local user account. Here’s how to get it set up. A couple of quick notes before you get started. Using this setting can let somebody prank you by incorrectly entering the password several times and thus locking you out of your PC for a time. It would be wise to have another administrator account that can unlock the regular account. Also, these settings only apply to local user accounts, and will not work if you sign on to Windows 8 or 10 using a Microsoft account. If you want to use the lockout settings, you’d need to revert your Microsoft account to a local one first. If you prefer to keep using your Microsoft account, you can head to your security settings page and log in. There, you’ll be able to change things like adding two-step verification, setting up trusted devices, and more. Unfortunately, there is no lockout setting for Microsoft accounts that works like the one we’re covering here for local accounts. However, these settings will work just fine for local user accounts in Windows 7, 8, and 10. Home Users: Set a Sign In Limit with the Command Prompt If you’re using a Home edition of Windows, you’ll need to use the Command Prompt to set a limit on sign in attempts. You can also set the limit this way if you’re using a Pro or Enterprise edition of Windows, but if you are using one of those editions you can do it much more easily using the Local Group Policy Editor (which we cover a bit later in this article). Please note that you’ll need to complete all of the following instructions or you could end up locking yourself out completely. To start, you’ll need to open the Command Prompt with administrative privileges. Right-click the Start menu (or hit Windows+X on your keyboard) to open the Power Users menu, then click “Command Prompt (Admin).” At the prompt, type the following command and then hit Enter: net accounts This command lists your current password policy, which by default should be “Lockout threshold: Never,” which means that your account will not lock you out no matter how many times a password is entered incorrectly. You’ll start by setting the lockout threshold to the number of failed sign in attempts you want to allow before sign in is temporarily locked. You can set the number to anything you like, but we recommend setting it to at least three. This way, you have room to accidentally type the wrong password a time or two before locking yourself out. Just type the following following command, substituting the number at the end with the number of failed password attempts you want to allow. net accounts /lockoutthreshold:3 Now, you’re going to set a lockout duration. This number specifies how long, in minutes, an account will be locked out if the threshold for failed password attempts is reached. We recommend 30 minutes, but you can set whatever you like here. net accounts /lockoutduration:30 And finally, you’re going to set a lockout window. This number specifies how long in minutes before the counter for failed password attempts is reset, assuming the actual lockout threshold is not reached. So, for example, say the lockout duration is 30 minutes and the lockout threshold is three attempts. You could could enter two bad passwords, wait 30 minutes after the last bad password attempt, and then have three more tries. Set the lockout window using the following command, replacing the number at the end with the number of minutes you want to use. Again, we feel like 30 minutes is a good amount of time. net accounts /lockoutwindow:30 When you’re done, you can use the net accounts command again to review your settings. They should look something like the settings below, depending on what you chose. Now you’re all set. Your account will automatically prevent people from logging in if the password is entered incorrectly too many times. If you ever want to change or remove the settings, just repeat the steps with the new options you want. And here’s how it works in practice. The sign in screen gives no indication that a lockout threshold is in place or how many attempts you have. Everything will appear as it always does until you enter enough failed password attempts to meet the threshold. At that point, you’ll be given the following message. And again, there is no indication about how long the account is locked out. If you want to turn the setting off, all you have to do is go back into an administrative command prompt and set the account threshold to 0 using the following command. net accounts /lockoutthreshold:0 You don’t need to worry about the other two settings. When you set the lockout threshold to 0, the lockout duration and lockout window settings become inapplicable. Pro and Enterprise Users: Set a Sign In Limit with Local Group Policy Editor If you’re using a Pro or Enterprise edition, the easiest way to set a sign in limit is with the Local Group Policy Editor. An important note, though: if your PC is part of a company network, it’s very likely that group policy settings governing the sign in limit are already set at the domain level and will supersede anything you set in local group policy. And if you are part of a company network, you should always check with your admin before making changes like this, anyway. Group policy is a powerful tool. If you haven’t used it before, we suggest learning a little more about what it can do before you get started. Also, if you want to apply a policy to only specific users on a PC, you’ll need to perform a few extra steps to get things set up. To open Local Group Policy Editor, hit Start, type “gpedit.msc,” and then click the result. Alternatively, if you want to apply the policy to specific users or groups, open the MSC file you created for those users. In Local Group Policy Editor, on the left-hand side, drill down to Computer Configuration > Windows Settings > Security Settings > Account Policies > Account Lockout Policy. On the right-hand side, double-click the “Account lockout threshold” setting. In the setting’s properties window, note that by default, it’s set “0 invalid logon attempts,” which effectively means that the setting is turned off. To change this, just select a new number greater than one. We recommend setting this to at least three to help ensure you don’t get locked out of your own system when you accidentally type the wrong password yourself. Click “OK” when you’re done. Windows now automatically configures the two related settings to thirty minutes. “Account lockout duration” controls how long the PC is locked against further sign in attempts when the account lockout threshold you set is met. “Reset account lockout counter after” controls how much time must pass after the last failed password attempt before the threshold counter is reset. For example, say you enter an invalid password and then enter another invalid password right away, but you do not try a third time. Thirty minutes after that second attempt (at least, going by the settings we’ve used here), the counter would reset and you could have another three tries. You can’t change these values here, so just go ahead and click the “OK” button. Back in the main Local Group Policy Editor window, you’ll see that all three settings in the “Account Lockout Policy” folder have changed to reflect the new configuration. You can change any of the settings by double-clicking them to open their properties windows, but honestly thirty minutes is a pretty solid setting for both lockout duration and resetting the lockout counter. Once you’ve settled on the settings you want to use, close Local Group Policy Editor. The settings take place immediately, but since they affect sign in, you’ll have to sign out and back in to see the policy in effect. And if you want to turn the whole thing off again, just go back in and change the “Account lockout threshold” setting back to 0. Guide source
  3. Out of the box, Windows 10 indicates the network connection's status on the Lock screen. A special icon shows if the network is accessible or not on the current device. Using a simple Registry tweak, you can hide that icon from the Lock screen. The network icon appears on both the Lock Screen and the sign-in screen in Windows 10. While it does not offer any functionality on the Lock Screen, it allows the user to disconnect the device from the network or connect it to some other network instead of the current one. Once you disable the icon, it will disappear from both the Lock Screen and the sign-in screen. Keep this in mind before you proceed. Users who find no use for this functionality on the sign in screen can disable the mentioned icon as shown below. Disable the Network icon on Lock Screen in Windows 10 1. Open Registry Editor. 2. Go to the following key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\System 3. Here, create a new 32-bit DWORD value and name it DontDisplayNetworkSelectionUI. Set its value data to 1. Note: even if you are running a 64-bit Windows version, you still need to create a 32-bit DWORD value. 4. Sign out from Windows 10 to apply the changes made by this tweak. Once this is done, the network icon will disappear from the Lock screen and the sign-in screen. Before: After: Watch the following video to see this trick in action: Network Icon on Lock Screen - Disable in Windows 10 That's it. To restore defaults, delete the value DontDisplayNetworkSelectionUI that you created. Credit to
  4. selesn777

    Folder Lock 7.3.0

    Folder Lock 7.3.0 Folder Lock is fast file-security software that can password-protect, lock, hide, and encrypt any number of files, folders, drives, pictures, and documents in seconds. Locked files are undeletable, unrenamable, unmovable, hidden, and inaccessible. You can lock, scramble, or encrypt depending on speed and security. Folder Lock is fully portable, so you can protect your files on USB flash drives, disks, CD-RWs, notebooks, and hard disks, and it doesn't require installation on another PC. Folder Lock protects files in Windows, DOS, and Safe modes, even when you change your OS or boot from a disk. Folder Lock doesn't let you delete its own program folder, and it can't be uninstalled without the correct password. Additional 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. Features Homepage: http://www.newsoftwares.net/ OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Language: Eng Medicine: Key Size: 9,01 Mb.
  5. TopLang Software Desktop Lock 7.3.2 Business Desktop Business Edition provides the Virtual Screen to help create virtual desktops to limit users to use only the programs you specified.Provides all features of Desktop Lock.A powerful Virtual Screen tool helps limit users to use only the programs you specified. New lock mode to lock the system but don't freeze the screen.Screenshots[ + ] More Screenshots Desktop Lock Business Edition is the enhanced version of Desktop Lock.A new lock mode Lock keyboard and mouse only, do not freeze screen allows you to leave any video, Flash media or PowerPoint file playing on the screen when system is locked.The Virtual Screen tool helps you create virtual desktops. The virtual screen will list only the programs you specified on its desktops, and only allow users to use the listed programs.* Desktop Lock is a computer security protection and access control product, you can use it to lock computer to prevent people from accessing your private. Don't want people to use your computer? Desktop Lock has been used by many users to help them to protect their computers from unwanted access.Keep people off your computer Once the computer is locked by Desktop Lock, the keyboard and mouse will be totally unavailable, none can use your computer or access your private data.People can not unlock the system without the correct unlock hotkey or unlock password, and can not terminated it with Task Manager. With its advanced features, it can keep locking even someone forced the system to be restarted.Lock and Run Limit users to use only the program you specified.Desktop Lock can be configured to lock the system and launch a program or document, so that users can only use the specified program or document.It also supports Read-only mode, users can only view the launched program or document, can not operate it.Customize AppearancesCustomize appearances of locked desktop With different lock modes, you can let Desktop Lock keep the current contents of the desktop, activate the current screensaver, or clear the desktop and show picture or video file.Your can customize the appearances of the locked desktop, such as background picture, banner etc, you also can let it play audio or video media on the locked desktop.Features: Designed for Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8Designed for Windows 2003, 2008Ready for all 64-bit WindowsHomepage: http://www.toplang.com/ Language: Eng Tablet: Crack Size: 1,22 MB
  6. selesn777

    GiliSoft File Lock Pro 8.2.2

    GiliSoft File Lock Pro 8.2.2 GiliSoft File Lock Pro is a power file encryption software program that can quickly and safely lock and hide files, folder,and drives,and it can use 256-bit AES encryption (Encryption Standard Adopted by the US Government) to protect your files located on HDD drive or any portable media such as USB drives. Features: Website: http://www.gilisoft.com/ OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Language: Eng Medicine: Crack (RegKey) Size: 4,39 MB
  7. selesn777

    GiliSoft File Lock Pro 8.2.1

    GiliSoft File Lock Pro 8.2.1 GiliSoft File Lock Pro is a power file encryption software program that can quickly and safely lock and hide files, folder,and drives,and it can use 256-bit AES encryption (Encryption Standard Adopted by the US Government) to protect your files located on HDD drive or any portable media such as USB drives. Features: Website: http://www.gilisoft.com/ OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Language: Eng Medicine: Crack (RegKey) Size: 3,82 MB
  8. selesn777

    GiliSoft File Lock Pro 8.2.0

    GiliSoft File Lock Pro 8.2.0 GiliSoft File Lock Pro is a power file encryption software program that can quickly and safely lock and hide files, folder,and drives,and it can use 256-bit AES encryption (Encryption Standard Adopted by the US Government) to protect your files located on HDD drive or any portable media such as USB drives. Features: Website: http://www.gilisoft.com/ OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Language: Eng Medicine: Crack (RegKey) Size: 3,85 MB
  9. Phone-controlled locks could one day make rummaging for your keys a thing of the past and some of the latest designs have been revealed at this week's CES show. The devices work by using a phone's Bluetooth connectivity to automatically open the lock when an approved person is nearby. The Goji Smart Lock, one of several designs on show at the Las Vegas technology expo, can also take a photo of whoever has triggered the lock and automatically send it to the homeowner's phone. Temporary 'digital keys' can also be created for certain periods or times of the day. For example, a text or email can be sent to a neighbour, babysitter or plumber to give them the power to unlock the front door. The lock's functions are controlled by an iPhone or Android app. Goji's founder, Gabriel Bestard-Ribas, said users could potentially control access to their home while lounging on a beach thousands of miles away. 'Your lock is linked to the WiFi of your home, and your home automation system, so you could manage your home from anywhere in the world,' he said. 'This is a really life-changing event that is happening nowadays.' A WiFi connected doorbell, called the SkyBell, was another of the security gadgets being shown off at CES. It sends an alert to a person's phone - plus live video - whenever someone rings the bell and lets the homeowner talk to the visitor. A motion sensor also triggers an alert when someone is lurking nearby, potentially catching out unwanted visitors. The annual CES technology show - the biggest in the world - has seen the biggest players in technology, as well as many start-ups, show off their latest products. http://www.skynews.com.au/tech/article.aspx?id=941109
  10. selesn777

    GiliSoft File Lock Pro 8.1.2

    GiliSoft File Lock Pro 8.1.2 GiliSoft File Lock Pro is a power file encryption software program that can quickly and safely lock and hide files, folder,and drives,and it can use 256-bit AES encryption (Encryption Standard Adopted by the US Government) to protect your files located on HDD drive or any portable media such as USB drives. Features: Website: http://www.gilisoft.com/ OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Language: Eng Medicine: Crack Size: 3,85 MB
  11. Hello buddy.. i would like to ask to you how to : 1. Lock and give the password to the folder in Sharing / Network / small office 2. Setting the Sharing Folder in Permission in order to Editable folder for my self not for everyone So, i can feel save about my folder from the other's reach. Thank before buddy... i'm really need this tutorial.....
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