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Brian Meier
10-28-2003, 09:12 PM
Unfortunately it was lost during a reinstall, and the fsecure website no longer have the old shareware version !!

I think the name was fsecure32 ... or something like that, it was for win98

11-04-2003, 05:44 AM
info dump (hope you or someone can get something out of it)
newish version: F-Secure FileCrypto 5.11, build 1900 for a single computer Windows 95/98/ME/
NT4.0/2000 9.3 MB
download page > http://www.europe.f-secure.com/webclub/fc/

http://www.europe.f-secure.com/webclub/fc/...511/fsfc511.jar (http://www.europe.f-secure.com/webclub/fc/511/fsfc511.jar)
F-Secure FileCrypto version 4.0: There is no evaluation version of F-Secure FileCrypto and so users have no way of trying it out to ensure that it suits their needs before buying it.
FileCrypto is only available in Wassenaar countries; see Countries eligible for downloading Strong Encryption for details
older: " ... October 1, 1997-- -- Data Fellows, maker of the F-PROT Professional anti ... security, announced today a new era of personal encryption with F-Secure Desktop
F-Secure Desktop is designed to .... and Windows 95 folders that will be automatically encrypted and decrypted every time you start or close Windows. Free for home/educational use
Data Fellows 7/25/1997
1.5 MB
<s>http://www.europe.datafellows.com/exclude/download/f-secure/d9enu20h.zip</s> Dead
o.v comrades
1.51 MB 1997-07-25 d9enu20h.zip
If your desperate maybe you could see if the 95 version will suck up copies of your files & spit em out&#33;Links functional but have not been tested for exact file/version (click on link oar :) right click save target as)

edit: put sum more ink in pen

11-05-2003, 06:55 AM
Dont think many users will know what to do with a JAR file. should point it out that it is a java file.