This utility can place password protection on any executable file, but occasionally renders the file unusable. Exe Wrapper's simple dialog-sized interface is easy to understand. Even novices won't need the short Help screen.
Exe Wrapper's program operation is a simple four-step wizard. The program uses the default file browse tool to find the executable to password protect. Users easily enter a simple text password in a small text box. Options are simple to set, but the publisher fails to adequately explain the ramifications of Memory Encryption. A slider and browse tool can be used to load a new icon for the password protected executable.
The password protected files are not noticeably larger. The only extra step to executing a password protected file is a single dialog for password entry. If you choose to open a file, the process is easily accomplished with just a file browse and password entry.
All in all, it's a very easy process to add password protection. The problem is, many files will not run after they're wrapped. Testers tried a variety of options, but didn't find a pattern to predict which executables could be successfully password protected.
Oddly, clicking Help abandons the wizard. That's just a minor irritation, though, as this app can't guarantee executables will run after the password protection process. If you have a particular executable you want to test, the 15-day trial is generous.
Exe Wrapper allows you to protect any Exe-file with its own password from non-authorized execution. And it can modify the main icon of the .exe file. Exe Wrapper can change the main icon of executable file. Exe Wrapper can also bind special argument to an Exe-file. If you don't want to go on wrapping the exe-file, you can unwrap the exe file to original exe-file with this software. Version 2.3 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.