GiliSoft File Lock Pro can protect or encrypt files, folders and drives. It works in easy and reliable way with wasting minimum of time on all of the key processes. Gili File Lock Pro ensures that nobody can access or destroy your private data without password. The program can hide your private files folders and drives, to make them completely invisible to users and programs. Locked files, folders, or drives are protected from accessing, users can not open, read, modify, move, delete, copy, rename the protected files or folders without password. Files and sub-folders in a locked folder are also protected.
What's new in this version: Support windows 7,8,8.1
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"It's worthy of having a try!"
Version: GiliSoft File Lock Pro 7.0
quickly and safely lock and hide files
easy to use
can remove sensitive data
It allows me to have multiple layers of protection.Great!
Version: GiliSoft File Lock Pro 7.0
It is a powerful file protection application. No one will be able to view your data except by keying in the right password in the application's interface,It not only will File Lock PRO encrypt your sensitive files it can also completely hide and restrict access to my files. It allows me to have multiple layers of protection.so I can live and work without worrying about data leakage.
Since I installed it,my life easy.I dare not imagine just a program will make my life changes in turn the world upside down
Version: GiliSoft File Lock Pro 6.5
One of the best!
None! It's a "10" program!
Nov 12, 2012
I won it for a friend some weeks ago. I tried it on my computer and it's awesome. When you will install it, your Firewall will tell you all kinds of messages, don't worry, it goes deep into your computer for legitimate reasons. You can use for example WinMend Folder Hidden, it won't go deep, your firewall won't go crazy, but the protection is limited, anyone can access your files with a program like 7-zip file manager. (I learned that from Seyfi84). When I installed Gilisoft my firewall told me something like: ''Tries to gain access to kernell'', usually I click on ''No'' when I see this message, but this time I clicked on ''Yes'', because...well, how else is it going to protect your info if it's not installed ''at the root''? This program is SUPER and I am very happy to have won it for my friend! Thank you Gilisoft!
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