View Full Version : KaKa Folder Protector

Tahir Bati
12-15-2013, 09:55 AM
If you need to beef up security for your data, KaKa Folder Protector can do the job. It's a utility that will password-protect folders on your computer by locking them. To unlock a folder, simply type in your password. You can lock as many folders as you want. KaKa Folder Protector can lock folders that are stored on flash drives and external hard drives, which is another nice feature. It's also handy as a safeguard against the accidental deletion of folders and files.
KaKa Folder Protector's interface is easy to understand and navigate. To set up the program, access it through its executable file and then select the folder or folders on your computer that you want to protect. KaKa Folder Protector will lock them with one click. We locked a folder and then clicked on it to see how easy or difficult the unlocking process was. A window popped up, prompting us for our password. We entered the password, and the folder unlocked, ready to use. KaKa Folder Protector would be especially useful for laptop users, people who share computers, or people who work with secure data. Be sure to remember your password, however.
KaKa Folder Protector has a Help file and an FAQ. Additional information and support is available on the manufacturer's Web site. This is an unlimited trial version of the software. It installs and uninstalls with no problems. Kaka Folder Protector is an effective, user-friendly data protection solution for individuals of all levels of computer expertise.


Click here to download KaKa Folder Protector (http://www.kakasoft.com/files/lockdir.exe)

Tahir Bati
12-15-2013, 10:08 AM
Set your password to protect your folders, you can also set Password Hint or retrieve password through email and then click on "Protect".

To unprotect your proctected folder you must enter password, then click on "Unprotect". Or retrieve password through email.
Folders remain protected when clicked Restore protection. Cancel protection removes your password set on folders.

Folder Protector's settings can be accessed by clicking on "Settings" button on the top.