WinSesame 10.1 - SOFTPEDIA "100% CLEAN" AWARD
This product was last tested in the Softpedia Labs on 6th of
August 2009 by Giorgiana Bursuc
Softpedia guarantees that
WinSesame 10.1 is 100%
Clean, which means it does not contain any form of
malware, including but not limited to: spyware, viruses,
trojans and backdoors.
This software product was tested
thoroughly and was found absolutely clean; therefore, it can
be installed with no concern by any computer user. However,
it should be noted that this product will be retested
periodically and the award may be withdrawn, so you should
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Reviewed by: CNET Staff
Tested spyware free.
This helpful folder-locking tool
is simple to operate, but it could use a better manual for
novice users. Except for the simple Options and password
dialogs, WinSesame is operated though your context-click menu.
Our testers found that the program wasn't friendly to
first-time users, but the learning curve isn't steep, and most
users should quickly master the program.
Locking and encrypting a folder is a mere matter of
right-clicking on it and choosing WinSesame Lock. You just
have to enter a password twice and the folder is locked down.
Attempting to open the folder displays a password dialog that
our testers couldn't bypass. Shortcuts to files in locked
folders simply fail to find the file. Users who just want a
minimum of security can easily set an option to use the same
saved password for all locked folders.
We liked that the passwords are not limited in length or type.
The very security conscious can add another level of
protection that limits folder decryption to their original
computer. This freeware version is limited to only small
folders. Users wishing to use this program on a typical system
will have to pay for the unrestricted version. Still,
WinSesame is a strong, useful folder-encryption and locking
tool that proves easy to use after some initial work.