fsLock – Lock files to avoid accidentally deleting

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In order to ensure the safety of important files, we often think of the method of encryption, this time we have to mention the famous TrueCrypt. But when using TrueCrypt, we need to specify another file for camouflage, yet this file itself is the same as common file.

Then a problem arises, if the encrypted file was deleted by mistake, then the loss will be heavy.

How to do with that? Why don’t we make this file locked? Now i will recommend fsLock, a simple and secure file/program protector. With fsLock we can lock the important files you don’t want to be deleted or moved, so as to protect them from lossing and that’s all. Now, the problem above can be solved very well.

Of course, the security of computer information is still mastered in your own hand. Just imagine, if the whole piece of hard disk is formatted, so what we can do, all is useless.

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