Re: Magic Folders
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From: "nameless" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Mon, 17 Feb 2003 21:27:20 GMT
> Nomen Nescio wrote:
>> So, any thought on how good Magic Folders (http://www.pc-magic.com/)
> It isn't exactly foolproof, of course. There has to be a way of
> removing the program if you lose your password. Otherwise, you would
> never be able to get back into the folders you hid. However, the
> average person is never going to suspect anything is being hidden.
> Also, the uninstall has to be done according to the company's
> instructions for this to take place. The average person wouldn't know
> how to do it - unless you leave the instructions in plain view on
> your disk.
You could also access the directories from outside of Windows, it would
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