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missmcphee

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i have searched for days and days trying to figure out how to encrypt a file! i have found several programs that can put a password on a vault, then you put your files into that vault and lock it up but im looking for a program where you can target a specific file and put a password on it, so when i want to open it, it will ask for the password and then i can view it. if anyone knows where i can download a free version of a program which will do this, please email me! thanks a lot! :whistling:
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I have tried all of those in the past and i was wondering if there was a way just to put a password on a single file and when you click on it, have it so you just have to type in the password to gain access to the file. Like he said, im not looking to make a vault.
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one of those programs can do that, you just need to know how to use it...

search google for a program called nettools 4.0, but dont use it against others. it has the encryption thing you are looking for
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