From VANDOG Software:
The main goal of this software is to protect your workstation with password which can be different from your system password. The standard password functionality is also implemented and you can use the both features. In addition, you can allow people to leave you messages in the marquee during the program work in the full-screen mode.
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"Doesn't appear to exist!"
Version: Lock O'Clock 1.1
There are no pro's
It may be just me looking worng but I'm pretty sure this directs you to a generis search site which is probably funded by means of click through's. Utterly pointless and should be removed by Cnet.
Broken or bad link to nothingness