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Windows-95-FileLoading

Posted on 1998-02-19
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I want to pack a file with a password and save it on my harddisk.
But how can I reload it with Win95? I want that Win95 shows me that this file has a password, so that is starts my program to enter this password and give free access to the file and load it. But I don't want to change the files extension. How can I do this?
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You can download PrivateEXE from
http://www.cdrom.com/simtel.net/win95/security/32pexe20.zip
This little program will let you do exactly what you wanted.

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