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1. Check the "Password protect my data" option and enter a password as well as the password confirmation and a password reminder, then click the "Apply" button.2. You can use "manage secret-zip data" only after selecting encryption item "My Folders & My Docs", the upper right window is the list of encrypted data, the lower window is the list of decrypted data. Please click "Refresh View" to update data list if you save or delete any files.3. Please select the data in decrypted area, and encrypt it by clicking "Secret-Zip Selected". You can also encrypt all data in Docs and Folders by clicking "Secret-Zip All".4. Please select the data in the encrypted area, and decrypt it by clicking "UnSecret-Zip Selected" or "UnSecret-Zip & Open".5. If you don't want to use the secret-zip function, select "No password protection required" in "Encryption Settings", and enter your password.6. If you want to change the password, select "Change password" and enter old and new passwords.
You can go to the desktop folder and see if that whole folder is set as encrypted. Right click on the folder and clock properties. Then click the advanced button, and see if the encrypted check box is marked. If it is, see if you can clear the check mark.Try doing the same thing with any individual file that is encrypted. You can format a USB drive with some format other than NTFS. When you copy an encrypted file over to that USB drive, it should force it to be unencrypted, if it is being encrypted by EFS. Otherwise, it was encrypted before it was put on the CD or DVD, and there is nothing you can do except try to get the password used to encrypt it.
Go to Start, Settings, System, Encryption (or someplace similar) and
uncheck the “Encrypt files when placed on a storage card” box. Now all
NEW files will be in-the-clear, but existing files will still be
encrypted. (Don’t forget to toggle this back when you’re done if you
Next, navigate to your File Explorer, then to your Storage Card. Make a
new folder (name it something obvious like “Unencrypted Stuff”). Now,
find whatever files you want to unencrypt and move (or copy) them into
You can now pop your storage card out and read them on any other
computer (or on any phone for that matter). You also freed up between
8K and 16K per encrypted file.
I believe it helps. Its easy and workable.
Remember passwords for sites: Firefox can securely save passwords you enter in web forms to make it easier to log on to websites. Clear this checkbox to prevent Firefox from remembering your passwords.
Even with this optionpreference checked, however, you'll still be asked whether to save passwords for a site when you first visit it. If you select Never for This Site, that site will be added to an exceptions list. To access that list or to remove sites from it, click the Exceptions... button.
Use a master password: Firefox can protect sensitive information such as saved passwords and certificates by encrypting them using a master password. If you create a master password, each time you start Firefox, it will ask you to enter the password the first time it needs to access a certificate or stored password. You can set, change, or remove the master password by checking or unchecking this optionpreference or by clicking the Change Master Password... button. If a master password is already set, you will need to enter it in order to change or remove the master password.
Show Passwords...: You can manage saved passwords and delete individual passwords by clicking the Show Passwords... button.
Saved Passwords...: You can manage saved passwords and delete individual passwords by clicking the Saved Passwords... button.
Click the Settings… button to configure the security warnings Firefox displays while you browse the web.
Security Warnings Dialog
I am about to view an encrypted page: When this optionpreference is enabled, Firefox will notify you every time you are about to view an encrypted page.
I am about to view a page that uses low-grade encryption: With this optionpreference enabled, Firefox will warn you when you visit a page which uses low-grade encryption.
I leave an encrypted page for one that isn't encrypted: With this optionpreference enabled, Firefox will warn you every time you move from an encrypted page to an unencrypted page either by selecting a link on the page, selecting a bookmark or typing a new address into the location bar.
I submit information that's not encrypted: When this optionpreference is enabled, Firefox will warn you when you submit data via a form that's not encrypted.
I'm about to view an encrypted page that contains some unencrypted information: With this optionpreference enabled, Firefox will warn you when the page you're viewing contains a mixture of encrypted and unencrypted content. If an encrypted page contains unencrypted data, you should verify the identity of the page you're viewing prior to entering sensitive data.
I Posted a solution to this prob but i don't see it anymore. Your ext drive is Encrypting your folder. It just knows you're the one using it. If I took it and plugged it in to my computer, it would recognize my user name as t0mthab0mb and prompt me for the password. Try it. Create a different user account on your computer, then try to access the encryption folder from the new account.
So this is in your internet window? Pretty much all internet windows are unencrypted and unsafe. Use Outlook for encryption. It is more than likely is a generic XP warning window. Click on it and should just redirect you Yahoo. Yahoo mail, hotmail, gmail, they are all encrypted to a certain degree. Don't send passwords, bank account info, etc. through email though. Hope that helped.