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Old 21-01-2009
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star A Simple Code For Creating Folder Locker/Unlocker Software.

Here is a simple code that i developed to lock and unlock any folder.
copy the code below in notepad and save the file with any file name with the extension ".bat"

Code:
@ECHO OFF
ECHO 1 - Lock File
ECHO 2 - Unlock File
ECHO 3 - Quit
ECHO Enter Choice.
SET /P variable=

IF %variable%==3 exit

IF %variable%==2 GOTO UNLOCK

IF %variable%==1 GOTO LOCK

:LOCK
ECHO Enter Folder Name To Lock
SET /P Variable1=
REN %variable1% %variable1%.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}
exit


:UNLOCK
ECHO Enter Folder Name To UnLock
SET /P Variable1=
REN %variable1%.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D} %variable1%
exit
Note:
  • It is not at all secure.
  • The locked folder can be unlocked using the program or by simply renaming and removing the added code.
  • You can distribute the above code to any one, any number of times.
  • For more simple code goto Lock folder without any software
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Old 05-02-2009
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Re: A Simple Code For Creating Folder Locker/Unlocker Software.

wow it's really good. thanks man........
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