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Any way to get around the wise folder hider password ?


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#1 TomahawkFreak

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Posted 03 June 2016 - 09:16 AM

Hey, guys. So, recently I did something really stupid. Let me elaborate. 

 

There are two passwords for Wise Folder Hider. I know and remember the master/login password, but forgot the individual one for a specific folder (which contains almost all my stuff). 

 

So, you see, I googled it and and came upon something. Using Ccleaner's disk analyser tool, I can see my hidden files (with weird file paths now) but can't access them for the life of me. I've tried winrar, 7z...nothing.

 

I'm including the screenshot of Disk Analyser's report. I've highlighted some of my poor hidden files.  http://postimg.org/image/knlgy5el7/

 

Could anyone pls pls pls help me in getting them back? 


Edited by TomahawkFreak, 03 June 2016 - 09:19 AM.


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Posted 15 August 2016 - 03:24 PM

Hi there.

 

You can use the Gmer (download)

 

Open Gmer and after the short scan click on > > > Then click on "Files" tab. You will see on C:\ a folder with atypical name, something like |||||||

 

That folder contains your hidden files and you can copy your files back to any place on your hard disk.






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