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  • #10462216 Reply | Quote

    Have something to say about CrococryptMirror Pro? Say it here!

    Have suggestions, comments, or need help? Post it here! If you know of better software than CrococryptMirror Pro, post it here! If you know of issues with CrococryptMirror Pro, post it here! Share your knowledge with all of us. :-)

    #10462764 Reply | Quote

    Gridinsoft Anti-Malware saying that file contain virus (high level) Malware.Win32.Gen.bot in file LangDLL.dll
    it happened almost immediately after that i tried to install this program downloaded from your site. Gridinsoft Anti-Malware it is Good Ukrainian Antivirus it is not freeware anti-virus so i think i can trust to it. Virustotal said 2 from 62 , Bkav said HW32.Packed.AC4E. Maybe its wrong detecting but im worry.

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    Frank Hissen

    Yes, it is a false positive. That happens a lot with apps from smaller software vendors. I am sorry. virustotal is a great source, do not get bothered by 2 detections!

    #10464924 Reply | Quote

    I have been playing with the Crococrypt software for several years. Each version is getting better and better. It can encrypt very long filename without any problems. The interaction with Frank Hissen has been quick and helpful. I am so impressed with the software, that I have just paid for the Pro v1.5 version to support the software effort.

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    Stu Mountjoy

    If the backup reflects (like a true mirror) the state of the files in the folder, and a file is deleted, so the mirror does not have that file, how can the backup then be used to bring the file back (restore) for disaster recovery?

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    Frank Hissen

    [ @Stu Mountjoy]

    It depends on your use case, what you are trying to accomplish. In manual mirror mode, the file would not get automatically deleted.
    If your backup strategy involves multiple external drives, you would have older states. Think of it like using rsync…

    #10469477 Reply | Quote

    Thank you both, Ashraf and Frank Hissen, for the useful giveaway.
    Best regards

    #10470157 Reply | Quote

    Your article is detailed, thanks to it I solved the problem I am entangled. I will regularly follow your writers and visit this site daily.

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