Program Protector...What do you think?

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Program Protector...What do you think?

Post by Guest on 18/5/2010, 19:43

Hello everyone,
I've just installed a little program "Program Protector" by blumentals.
It just password protects exes
http://www.blumentals.net/protector/

but I like it Smile
it is small, stylish, uncomplicated and easy to use
I can protect my email clients and mailwasher
browsers
works well with sandoxie
for opera firefox and internet explorer
I've even tried it with explorer.exe
If any other program "calls" the app from my computer the password box comes up first
For example when Mailwasher (protected) calls my email client (protected) I get two password boxes
I use Windows 2000 (by choice)
Has anyone tried it?
I'm no great security software expert so I'd appreciate it if you let me know what you think.

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Re: Program Protector...What do you think?

Post by ssj100 on 19/5/2010, 00:43

It sounds like a very useful application. I'll try it some time in my VM.

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Re: Program Protector...What do you think?

Post by Guest on 21/5/2010, 05:33


If you click on an "associated" files in explorer to open it then you have to enter the password but when opened you can use that program "normally" until it is closed again. It works well with my sandboxed browsers, I just close my browsers after use and "delete contents" in Sandboxie.
Program protector is not a "one password for all" software you can give each app one of it's own if you want.

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