Desktop security solution for personal or publicly accessible computers. It disallows unauthorized changes to various settings of the Windows system, such as Control Panel, Desktop, Local Security Policies, Outlook Express account settings and more.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Bulletproof Public PC 7.71 Comprehensive solution to produce public PC and kiosk desktop terminals that are intended to work without supervision. Disable access to the local files and give the full access to the necessary applications only. Custom features are available.
Advanced File Vault 1.03 Hide or password-protect any file instantly by just clicking on it. The program works with all file types including pictures and movies. Once a file is locked or hidden, it is completely encrypted and none of its contents can be viewed.
Description: Lock My Computer is a powerful desktop security solution for personal or publicly accessible computers running the Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003 Operating Systems. It disallows unauthorized changes to various settings of the Windows system, such as Control Panel, Desktop, Local Security Policies, Outlook Express account settings, and many more others. It can disable access to local hard disks, Floppy, CDROM, and removable drives or make them read-only. By locking and hiding or making read-only of programs, files, and folders, Lock My Computer can prevent them from being launched, modified or deleted. Lock My Computer supports creating unlimited number of user accounts with each one has his own password and protection list.
Computer worm which reads keys you pressed HAMBURG - Korgo, a new virus that can infect Windows 2000 and XP systems simply by connecting them to the Internet, continued to spread worldwide Friday, installing a tiny spy that can record what keys were pressed at secret moments such as typing ...
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