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#1 fozzie

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Posted 16 January 2007 - 06:09 AM

I would like to receive some comments on this program

PCMesh Hide Files and Folders is a revolutionary new software product that actually renders sensitive files invisible. Invisible from the operating system, invisible from virus attack and invisible from spying eyes that won't even know the cloaked files or directories are present.


Data that's protected by PCMesh Hide Files and Folders is not visible, so it can't be attacked. In fact, the software itself does not even run continually, so it does not announce its presence to snoopers and hackers. The only time the software is active is when it's being used to hide or reveal protected files or directories.


Would this mean the end of the "protection industry"??

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Posted 17 January 2007 - 02:41 AM

Question?
If it is hidden what keeps Windows from writing over the data? If windows does not keep track of the data will it be over written? What will keep a hacker from learning where the super secert file tree is located and having access to the date?
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Posted 17 January 2007 - 02:44 AM

Thanks for the comment acklan, I am presently running tests on a seperate computer and will use this thread to keep you all posted on developments




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