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Securacy

Securacy is the succesor to X-Hide, the name Securacy is a blending of the words security and privacy. X-Hide provided privacy, but lacked in extreme security, therefore IDEA encryption was added. Also a new more pleasing GUI is available with Securacy, than was used with X-Hide.

Securacy zips the file or folder chosen, encrypts that zip using IDEA encryption, and finally hides the zip by applying System and hidden attributes to a file/folder.

----Change Log----

(0.9.3) Beta

*Fixed

-regsvr32 of XZip Dll not working correctly on different computers

(0.9.2) Beta

*Added:

-Error Checking in blank file path box

*Fixed:

-Folder filename handling

-Error in IDEA encryption passing filenames

(0.9.1) Beta

*Initial Release, all changes internal development before this release

Securacy_0_9_3.zip

Edited by Psibernetic

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Nice

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Failed straight up for me - asked for a password which I haven't been set yet.

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Failed straight up for me - asked for a password which I haven't been set yet.

Haha sorry bout that... man I was really in a hurry lol I had to get home quick before weather got too bad..sorry for the issue ill fix it immediately

also sorry to the other 28 downloaders :-/

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Thanks. I'll download and test it again.

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Need to allow it to hide directories other than those under C:. I would also add checks to ensure it's only HDD directories and not CD/DVD directories that you are trying to hide.

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One easy exploit with this is that the password is easily unencryptable. Meaning that you can find the password and get the file.

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One easy exploit with this is that the password is easily unencryptable. Meaning that you can find the password and get the file.

Chip: Any ideas of make this less exploitable?

PartyPooper: I certainly do need to add that, do you know of any UDF's for multi-Drive folder selection?

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_StringEncrypt(1,$xEncryptPassword,"PsiPhi",2)

to

_StringEncrypt(1,"PsiPhi", $xEncryptPassword,2)

So you encrypt the word PsiPhi by the password not the other way around.

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Posted (edited)

Try:

case $xBrowseMethod=1

$xRetrievedPath=FileOpenDialog("Choose your file to hide/unhide...", "", "All (*.*)", 1+2+4+8)

ControlSetText("","",$xFilePath, $xRetrievedPath)

case $xBrowseMethod=2

$xRetrievedPath=FileSelectFolder("Choose your directory to hide/unhide...", "")

ControlSetText("","",$xFilePath, $xRetrievedPath)

Edit: codeblock is useless

Edited by PartyPooper

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Try:

case $xBrowseMethod=1

$xRetrievedPath=FileOpenDialog("Choose your file to hide/unhide...", "", "All (*.*)", 1+2+4+8)

ControlSetText("","",$xFilePath, $xRetrievedPath)

case $xBrowseMethod=2

$xRetrievedPath=FileSelectFolder("Choose your directory to hide/unhide...", "")

ControlSetText("","",$xFilePath, $xRetrievedPath)

Edit: codeblock is useless

..ya suprisingly the FileSelectFolder() only supports C:\ that should be changed in next version...perhaps I will request it

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_StringEncrypt(1,$xEncryptPassword,"PsiPhi",2)

to

_StringEncrypt(1,"PsiPhi", $xEncryptPassword,2)

So you encrypt the word PsiPhi by the password not the other way around.

Then the passwod PsiPhi is forced as the system level password, in other words no matter wat password u set on the first-run, it will always be decrypted to PsiPhi, wouldnt generate a problem also?

Edited by Psibernetic

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..ya suprisingly the FileSelectFolder() only supports C:\ that should be changed in next version...perhaps I will request it

:):D

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At the moment it's creating another folder in same directory as the one I'm trying to hide and calls it "(file/folder name)PsiE_N" and the original file/folder stays the same.

EDIT: to make the FileSelectFolder() show more than just C:/ change it to FileSelectFolder("", "C:\"& @CommonFilesDir)

Edited by phantom

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At the moment it's creating another folder in same directory as the one I'm trying to hide and calls it "(file/folder name)PsiE_N" and the original file/folder stays the same.

EDIT: to make the FileSelectFolder() show more than just C:/ change it to FileSelectFolder("", "C:\"& @CommonFilesDir)

Ya thats an error I havent submitted the fix to yet, it has to do with the filename processing and lack of folder enryption... I would recommend not using folder securing for the moment sorry for the inconveience....I am working diligently...1 person is a small workforce...anyone wanna be a co-author?

Also thank you for that snippet it fixed the problem :)

Edited by Psibernetic

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News Update: srry for the lack of a release.. we have been having our power go on and off with our winter stor... still workiing hard hope to release soon.. I didnt receive help from RazorM on the encryption so I am stuudying it now hope to keep you guys interested :)

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Finally Securacy Beta r2 is available!!!! feedback is highly appreciated!! also sorry for the lack of release...encountered unknown errors..severe debugging was required

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Securacy 0.9.3 is now available, fixed a huge problem of regestering the XZip Dll

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Failed straight up for me - asked for a password which I haven't been set yet.

Shows ya how secure it really is! :)

but i know, its been fixed.

really cool! Nice.

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lol yea... stupidty beats security.... the problem ws a file the program reads to see if it is the first run...well I forgot to erase its contents before I distributed it....oops lmao...but thank you for the compliment...not too many of them these days lol :)

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