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    Ashraf
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    xSecuritas
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    xSecuritas
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    How to Block Ransomware and Automatic backup ?

    There are many ways to block ransomware, malware, and viruses. However, these malicious programs continue to evolve, so simply blocking malicious programs with patterns alone can infect your PC with other malicious programs.
    There is a way.
    Please try the “Block Ransomware and backup” product.
    Ransomware, malware, viruses, etc. can infiltrate your PC, but it can not damage your files.
    This product allows you to set the Desktop, Documents folder, and so on as protected folders, and allow only the programs that are allowed (for example, MS Office programs) to modify the files in the protected folder. Unauthorized programs can only open the file as read-only, or block the unauthorized program from running. Therefore, malicious programs can not be accessed to the protected folder.
    You can also create backup files automatically whenever you modify or create documents. These backup files are stored in a special folder, and not all programs can change this backup files unless you allow it.
    Use this product to protect your valuable files.

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    xSecuritas
    Guest

    Features.
    * You can specify the folders or drives to prevent ransom-ware.
    * Can create/change files in the security folder by only the applications that you allow.
    * If an unregistered application attempts to write to the secure folder, ask the user whether to allow the write operation. * When the main program is terminated, it is not possible to write or delete files in the secure folders.
    * When creating/editing a file within the specified source folder, the Backup program automatically copies the modified file to the backup folder.
    * The backup folder can be viewed in Windows Explorer, but it cannot be modified or deleted.

    System Requirement
    Windows 7 32/64 bit
    Windows 8.x 32/64 bit
    Windows 10 32/64 bit
    Windows Server 2008 R2 or later.

    #14023933 Reply | Quote
    xSecuritas
    Guest

    If you have any questions, please let me know
    site: http://www.xSecuritas.com
    email: support@xSecuritas.com

    #14024397 Reply | Quote
    jboy
    Guest

    [@xSecuritas]

    I just wanted to say it is nice to see the developer here posting and offering support. Thank you!

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    drvajra
    Guest

    Question:Supposing my computer crashes, and I lose “Block Ransomware and Backup”. Let’s say my files are saved in an external drive, but since these files are “protected” by the program, will I be able to open them, without your program?
    Will appreciate your response.

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    xSecuritas
    Guest

    [ @drvajra]

    The “File access control” function for protected folders and backup folders has been implemented by the mini-filter driver.
    Therefore, even if “Block Ransomware and Backup” program does not run, File Access Control function is alive.
    And if you did not set the file access policy for external media, there is no restriction on the use of external media.
    Thanks

    #14023308 Reply | Quote
    xSecuritas
    Guest

    How to Block Ransomware and Automatic backup ?

    There are many ways to block ransomware, malware, and viruses. However, these malicious programs continue to evolve, so simply blocking malicious programs with patterns alone can infect your PC with other malicious programs.
    There is a way.
    Please try the “Block Ransomware and backup” product.
    Ransomware, malware, viruses, etc. can infiltrate your PC, but it can not damage your files.
    This product allows you to set the Desktop, Documents folder, and so on as protected folders, and allow only the programs that are allowed (for example, MS Office programs) to modify the files in the protected folder. Unauthorized programs can only open the file as read-only, or block the unauthorized program from running. Therefore, malicious programs can not be accessed to the protected folder.
    You can also create backup files automatically whenever you modify or create documents. These backup files are stored in a special folder, and not all programs can change this backup files unless you allow it.
    Use this product to protect your valuable files.

    Features.

  • You can specify the folders or drives to prevent ransom-ware.
  • Can create/change files in the security folder by only the applications that you allow.
  • If an unregistered application attempts to write to the secure folder, ask the user whether to allow the write operation.
  • When the main program is terminated, it is not possible to write or delete files in the secure folders.
  • When creating/editing a file within the specified source folder, the Backup program automatically copies the modified file to the backup folder.
  • The backup folder can be viewed in Windows Explorer, but it cannot be modified or deleted.
  • System Requirement
    Windows 7 32/64 bit
    Windows 8.x 32/64 bit
    Windows 10 32/64 bit
    Windows Server 2008 R2 or later.

    Related Videos
    Quick Guide: https://youtu.be/r1HAeKMsFnI
    Tutorial Guide (Block Ransomware) : https://youtu.be/2Fs02q670Ig
    Tutorial Guide (Automatic backup) : https://youtu.be/q_i6jRe82Kc
    See more videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW9UHqHn07a5Tk_L2bmsXyw

    If you have any questions, please let me know.
    site: https://www.xSecuritas.com
    email: support@xSecuritas.com