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Looking for DropDecrypt or FolderLock

Posted on 1998-01-05
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I have a '92 vintage file of type DLP6, which lists as being owned by DropDecrypt from Symantec or another application called FolderLock.

I would ideally like both of these to try out (I don't believe they are sold commercially anymore), and in addition would like help as the password has been lost in antiquity and probably locked in error by someone fooling around. It won't be clear whether this exercise is worth the effort until the file contents are disclosed.
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I have the programs now, but it's unclear which application owns the file and it doesn't seem possible to get back into them with a forgotten password. Sigh.
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