From PC-Magic Software:
CD-Lock provides excellent CD security by encrypting your files with Blowfish and scrambling the filenames. But unlike normal encrypted files, with CD-Lock you don't have to decrypt the files before you use them. Just enter your password when the CD is inserted and CD-Lock automatically unscrambles the filenames and decrypts the files, instantly behind the scenes, as you use them. Security only encryption can provide without the hassle. Version 7.03.2 has Vista update, minor improvements.
What's new in this version:
Version 7.03.2 has Vista update, minor improvements.
On paper, CD-Lock seems great. Simple interface, fast, and with the added bonus (which I needed) of decrypting every file at once as opposed to individually when clicked on: good if you need to have say an exe load other files (external swfs, etc.).
Discs will unlock, working as advertised. But the only way to view the content is to right-click on the disc and select open. If you double-click on the disc, you're asked what program you want to use to open the "file." Unacceptable for clients.
Would have given this product more of a chance, but I was under a deadline, and the support from the company was singularly unhelpful. Lots of "Not sure" and "I don't know" without any requests for clarification that would have helped to narrow down the problem. Got the impression of a bored teenager on the other end of our email exchange.