Use SandboxRx 3.0.6.6 to encrypt folders/files

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  1. guzheng

    guzheng Registered Member

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    Use SandboxRx 3.0.6.6 to encrypt folders/files

    new feature of encrypt files has been added to SandboxRx 3.0.6.6.
    There are some screen snapshots of encrypting files.
    1. Encrypted folder c:\techs\ntfsdoc
    2. Files in folder ntfsdoc.
    3. open file nt01.txt without permission, display "encrypted by pw"
    4. open file nt01.txt wth enabled pwbox, display real data.
    5. shell context menu when right clicked a folder/file
     

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  2. andyman35

    andyman35 Registered Member

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    Very interesting,IMO this propels SandboxRX into a 'must have' category.:D
     
  3. guzheng

    guzheng Registered Member

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    oh, really? thank you, I think TrueCrypt already do a great job, so I don't know who would like it. just because this small feature is easy to write(needn't do so much system work as sandbox), and easy to make it stable, so make a try.

    btw, a trick forget to mention, you can delete all files in encryped folder within no-permission mode, and these files will appear again when PWBox started, this could help to hide filename and size. -:)

    for example, relative to the attached pictures above, delete all files in folder "ntfsdoc" in picture 2, so can not see them(so no one knows how many files in this folder), but these files would display again if pwbox started, as picture 4 shown, and would disappear when pwbox stopped.
     
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