Dead Man’s Switch (DMS) offers strong protection for your secrets. DMS can be configured to either delete or encrypt the files within a nominated folder should an unauthorized person ever access your computer.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: Dead Man's Switch (DMS) offers strong protection for your secrets. DMS can be configured to either securely delete or encrypt a nominated folder should an unauthorized person ever access your computer. This allows you to securely protect any file from unauthorized access. If you have a password list, credit card details, confidential correspondence, private photos or videos, a secret diary or any other computer file that you would like to keep private then DMS can protect it.
DMS gives you the means to protect your files from prying eyes. Give yourself the peace of mind that comes from knowing that your secrets are truly secure. Get your copy of DMS today!
DMS is available as a fully functional 10 use trial. Continued use after the trial has concluded is only possible if the program is registered. Registration costs $11 (USD) and entitles the user to all future updates free of charge.
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