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Dark Files 6.2.1.1

This easy-to-use program allows you to protect your files and folders. Learn what's new on this latest version. Click here if the download does not begin automatically.

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More about Dark Files

Dark Files can help you keep your files protected. You can choose who gets access to what files on your computer. This program provides three levels of protection to suit any user : "Hidden", "Read Only", "Full Control". It works with any Windows platforms : 9.x/ME/NT/2000/XP . Dark Files can work with Network folders and fully supports protection of removable media (such as floppies, CD Roms, DVD, ZIP and some SCSI and RAID drives) on all platforms. This easy-to-use program allows you to protect your files and folders (including subdirectories) in various ways. You can hide them or prevent others from deleting, renaming, executing, or modifying your files in any way. The Wildcard feature allows you to specify which files you want to protect (for example, all EXE or DLL files). The file system protection works independently of the program , so if you even close the program the file protection will still work. Built-in support for multiple user interface allows you to use Dark Files without any change on multi user systems. You can define own settings for each user separately or just define settings for the "Guests group" . If your computer is configured for using by multiple users you can define the list of protected folders separately for each user. If some user has not got own settings the program will apply settings of the "Guests group" to that user.

If you are looking for a solid file protection program, look no further. Read more.

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