Exe Password protects any EXE-file (also in the network) with a password
Exe Password enables you to protect any EXE-file with a password. In doing so, this password is stored directly in the EXE-file.
Exe Password does this by storing the password directly in the EXE file. It is a simple matter to add a password to a file: Just select the desired file on the desktop, in the start menu or in Explorer, open the context menu by right-clicking, select Password protection, enter the password, and you’re done. From that time on, a password will be required to run the EXE file.
· a Pentium II, Celeron, or AMD Athlon/Duron running at 266 MHz or above; · a mouse;
· VGA (800×600 or higher);
· 64MB RAM;
· 5 MB free disk space per application
· 30 days trial
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