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is Folder Lock and its encryptionreally secure? Apparently it has major flaws..


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#1 cowboymarley

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Posted 24 July 2016 - 05:52 PM

I noticed there are youtube videos instructing how to easily break into folder lock.  Whats the point of this program and its heavy duty encryption if its this easy to break into? 
 
this is the video title on youtube showing a guy easily recovering folder lock content for one of his customers.. 
 
 
"Recover from I Forgot Master Password in Folder Lock 7.5"

 


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#2 cowboymarley

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Posted 24 July 2016 - 06:30 PM

ok.. so I'm looking more closely at the video and how folder lock works and i realized in the video the person simply locked the my documents folder using the lock option in folder lock.. it appears its just a basic lock feature offered by folder lock to lock a folder or file but apparently its not the most secure because if you uninstall folder lock the lock feature dissapears with the program and the folder that was locked becomes visible/accessible again..  Folder lock also contains a feature which actually encrypts the folder or file and I would think that is actually fully secure, i hope? 






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