System Protect

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  1. sweater

    sweater Registered Member

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    What's your thoughts on this free program called System Protect?

    It says it protect system files and programs, and other added folders of your choice:

    http://system-protect.com/
     
  2. lordraiden

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    If you want to protect files, encrypt them

    Any HIPS can do that
     
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    Speaking of encryption....How do you like Truecrypt lord?
     
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    System Protect used to be a nice software, but no longer seems to be developed. It isn't compatible with Win7.
     
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    I don't need to encrypt my hard drive, no sensitive files on it. I put them on removable drive/s, flashdrives, cd's, etc...besides on that... I was behind VPN so my pc are more secured...I guess. I just liked to make the system more stable and avoiding possible deletions of some folders.

    Tested several of them, many are heavy and slowed down my machine. Some are very annoying. Test System Protect, I found out that it works fine without any slow down, hanging and freezing. My pc now are snappier, lighter and responsive than before and it works as expected. I know, it's not that upgraded (or advanced) like others but sometimes we just need simple basic protection to be happy. ;)
     
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    Take a look to this
    http://help.comodo.com/topic-72-1-155-1117-Protected-Files-and-Folders.html
    With D+ all the windows important files and folders are protected by default, if you want to add something else, you can add it manually.
    Another option is something like this http://www.newsoftwares.net/folderlock/
     
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    Drive Sentry would be another option, if only it was seriously developed.
     
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    IF...Seriously...Forget about it...:) :D :argh:
     
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    That is what I meant. ;)
     
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