4 programs to help you keep data safe,
erase unwanted data and recover accidentally deleted files.
Click on program names on the left to see more information, screenshots
etc., Remember that the website links on the right will work if you
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not work if you copy and paste the information... To see the full URL,
place the mouse cursor over the link and look at the bottom left of the
window, on the frame itself. If you don't find the freeware still
123WASP (Write All Passwords) will display all passwords of the currently logged-in user that are stored in the Microsoft PWL file. Furthermore it can, of course, only contain the passwords that are actually stored in the PWL file. Since the PWL file is a Microsoft invention, these are largely passwords used by Microsoft products. For example, your dial-up password(s) or passwords stored by Internet Explorer are located in this file.
Cryptext is a public domain Windows shell extension that performs strong file encryption. It uses a combination of SHA-1 and RC4 to encrypt files using a 160-bit key. The latest versions of Cryptext can always be found at pcug.org.au/~njpayne, and are mirrored to the ftp site ftp://ftp.funet.fi/pub/crypt/utilities/file
Note that Cryptext contains strong cryptographic routines upon which some countries place distribution and/or use restrictions.Verify that you are allowed to use or distribute Cryptext before
Fast File Undelete will allow you to search your hard drive and make copies of files you regret deleting, placing them in the folder of your choosing. Easy to use and very efficient, a separate version of Fast File Undelete is also available for NT/2000 and another for Win9x/ME/NT/2000.
There are many enhancements in version 2.1. You can go to: dtidata.com/undelete_upgrade
if you want to download the demo. The version we tried is for Win 9x/ME only.
This neat little application allows you to erase the contents of a floppy disk (Wipe) with a single click. You can configure the options to suit yourself and using Floppy can save time if you use floppy disks a lot.
When you click on floppy.exe, an icon (looks just like a floppy disk) appears in your System Tray (bottom right of the screen). Right click on the icon to use the application.