Secure v.3.0

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->Notifications:

Every single event that occurs in the system is notified to the users to make sure that the system is in their own control and such that no other program is taking its ownership.

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->Encryption:

If users have any files which are very importatnt for them and they want nobody to access or modify those files they can encrypt those files in a very advanced manner.

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->Stats:

User can know their current status of their system in very customized and easy user interference.It includes system Physical Memory status and Virtual Memory status.

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etc there are many more features which you will experience while using it.

Experience safety in a safer way. Have you ever tasted a sip of Safety ? If No then here is chance for it.Get the best Firewall that your system can get so that it remains in the ownership of yours.In this version you can also encrypt your files and safe gaurd them with a password.

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  • Secure
  • 3.0
  • Dim
  • WinXP, Windows2003, Windows Vista, Windows
  • Shareware
  • 29.36 Mb
  • 130
  • $12.00
 
 

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