Folderfication

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  1. HeiDef

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    We just released the initial version of Folderfication. For those of you that may have used RansomOff in the past, Folderfication is the folder protection capabilities taken out of that and enhanced. There will be two versions available. One with encryption and one without. The version currently available is without. The US Government has regulations surrounding software with strong encryption so there are some non-technical things we need to work out before making that version widely available.

    Here's the site
    https://www.folderfication.com/

    And the user guide page
    https://www.folderfication.com/docs.html

    And here are two videos showing the encryption capabilities.

    https://youtu.be/qgiX4X9gTJ8

    https://youtu.be/FL-nz_NWnKQ
     
  2. matra

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    I would like to buy a license now. Do I have to buy a license for encryption again?
     
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    The encryption version is not available yet, but you can buy a license now for the non-encryption version at https://dashboard.heidef.com/cart/shop

    When we release the encryption version, there will be an upgrade process for existing licenses.
     
  4. Brocke

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    Is the license good for future version or just the current major version?
     
  5. LoneWolf

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    ''Perptual''....... I believe that should read "Perpetual"
     

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  6. HeiDef

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    Good catch. Thanks.
     
  7. HeiDef

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    Future versions.
     
  8. paulderdash

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    It updated to v1.2020.141.1955 on 20 May.

    Just a warning note, for EAM and possibly other AM users ...
    I had some install issues with this version as Emsisoft AM flagged the installer as 'cryptomalware' (file protection, bur also still low reputation has a part to play, I guess) so I had to disable EAM to install successfully, and subsequently whitelisted the install folder and wildcarded problematic install files, to hopefully prevent future issues.

    HD is aware of the above.
     
  9. paulderdash

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    Update: Current version 1.2020.157.1400 makes automatic update an option.

    Working fine here. Using it instead of old Secure Folders, Pumpernickel.
     
  10. HeiDef

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    Just released v1.2020.183.1420.

    The big change is the addition of process triggers. Now your folder protections can be automatically toggled on or off based on process activity.

    https://www.folderfication.com/
     
  11. paulderdash

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    Thanks!

    I have 'Automatically update when available' unticked (so I can 'Allow Installs' in AppGuard).

    I used right-click 'Update' in taskbar icon, worked fine.
    About version didn't update immediately though, but shows correctly after reboot (expected behaviour?).
     
  12. HeiDef

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    That is the correct behavior Paul. The update process just gets things ready while the actual updating occurs when the system restarts.
     
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