Encryption Software Best Folder Encryptor Updated to Version 16.81


The professinal file and folder encryption software – Best Folder Encryptor has been updated to version 16.81 recently. In this new version, we fixed some bugs and enhanced the efficiency and strength for flash encryption and hiding encryption.

Change Log of Best Folder Encryptor:

File Name: Best Folder Encryptor

Version: 16.81

File Size: 3.42MB

Category: Folder Encryption, File Encryption

Language: English

License: Trial version

System Requirements: Win xp/vista/Win 7/Win 8

Released on: Jun.27, 2015

Download Address: http://www.dogoodsoft.com/best-folder-encryptor/free-download.html

What’s New in This Version:

– Fixed bug occurs when encrypting a file;

– Fixed  bug in password hint;

* Improved the prompt message shown in software activation window.

Encryption Software Best Folder Encryptor Updated to Version 16.81

Why Choose Best Folder Encryptor:

Best Folder Encryptor is a professional file and folder encryption software. This software features superfast with high security and confidentiality. With the internationally advanced encryption algorithms, encryption methods and file system drivers, the encrypted files and folders cannot be decrypted without the correct password, and are prevented from copy, deletion or removal.

It is convenient to open and edit the encrypted folder or file with the Open feature, and you don’t have to re-encrypt the folder or file after use.

Besides, it supports many powerful features such as data shredding (file/folder shredding), completely hiding hard drive partition, disabling USB storage devices or set them as read-only, etc. All these make Best Folder Encryptor undoubtedly a flawless encryption software and the best helper.


How to recover a saved Wi-Fi password on Android within minutes?


How to  recover a saved Wi-Fi password on Android within minutes?

Every now and then you end up with a blanked face when a friend visits your place and tries to connect to your Wi-Fi, while you cannot seem to recall the password, since most default passwords are a combination of letter and numbers.

While you feel rather helpless, you need to know that there are certain ways thanks to which you can retrieve the password within minutes, accessible via PC and rooted Android devices.

First up, let’s take a look at how it is done via PC.

1. On the desktop, look up the Wi-Fi signal present in the bottom-right corner of your screen, next to the time and date. Click on the icon, and a pop-up should appear where you ought to click “Open Network and Sharing Center.”

2. The center should open and under your active networks, you should see the Wi-Fi you are connected to. Click, and a new window, named Wi-Fi Status would open.

3. In the window, click on the Wirless Properties button, and you should land at another window, the last one.

4. A new window, named TitanGate Wirless Network Properties would open, featuring two tabs; connection, and security. Choose the latter, and you should land on the screen from where you can retrieve your password.

5. The network security key holds your password, although it is hidden, showing asterisks. Check the show characters box, and you are done.

In case you happen to have the Wi-Fi saved on your Android device only, and not your PC, you could still retrieve it without having to worry much. However, you need to have a rooted device to be able to retrieve your password. If you happen to have one, follow these simple steps, and you should be able to get the job done with ease.

1. Make your way to the Google Play Store, and get your hands on any root explorer. If you wish to go by our word, we suggest you download Root Browser which is available for free.

2. Once the installation completes, open the app and you should be exposed to a list of folders.

3. Head to data > misc. > Wi-Fi.

4. In the Wi-Fi folder, look up, and open the file named “wpa_supplicant.conf”

5. When prompted, choose the RB Text Editor to view the file.

6. In the following screen, you would be exposed to cryptic codes, where you ought to look out for the Wi-Fi.

7. It should be under “network={“ with the ssid signifying the Wi-Fi you are connected to, and the psk being the password.

Software developers are not carrying out encryption properly


Software developers are not carrying out encryption properly

Despite a big push over the past few years to use encryption to combat security breaches, lack of expertise among developers and overly complex libraries have led to widespread implementation failures in business applications.

The scale of the problem is significant. Cryptographic issues are the second most common type of flaws affecting applications across all industries, according to a report this week by application security firm Veracode.

The report is based on static, dynamic and manual vulnerability analysis of over 200,000 commercial and self-developed applications used in corporate environments.

Cryptographic issues ranked higher in prevalence than historically common flaws like cross-site scripting, SQL injection and directory traversal. They included things like improper TLS (Transport Layer Security) certificate validation, cleartext storage of sensitive information, missing encryption for sensitive data, hard-coded cryptographic keys, inadequate encryption strength, insufficient entropy, non-random initialization vectors, improper verification of cryptographic signatures, and more.

The majority of the affected applications were Web-based, but mobile apps also accounted for a significant percentage.

Developers are adding a lot of crypto to their code, especially in sectors like health care and financial services, but they’re doing it poorly, said Veracode CTO Chris Wysopal.

Many organizations need to use encryption because of data protection regulations, but the report suggests their developers don’t have the necessary training to implement it properly. “It goes to show how hard it is to implement cryptography correctly,” Wysopal said. “It’s sort of an endemic issue that a lot of people don’t think about.”

Many developers believe they know how to implement crypto, but they haven’t had any specific training in cryptography and have a false sense of security, he said. Therefore, even though they end up with applications where encryption is present, so they can tick that checkbox, attackers are still able to get at sensitive data.

And that doesn’t even touch on cases where developers decide to create their own crypto algorithms, a bad idea that’s almost always destined to fail. Veracode only tested implementations that used standard cryptographic APIs (application programming interfaces) offered by programming languages like Java and .NET or popular libraries like OpenSSL.

Programming languages like Java and .NET try to protect developers from making errors more than older languages like C, said Carsten Eiram, the chief research officer at vulnerability intelligence firm Risk Based Security, via email.

“However, many people argue that since modern languages are easier to program in and protect programmers more from making mistakes, more of them may be lulled into a false sense of security and not show proper care when coding, i.e. increasing the risk of introducing other types of problems like design and logic errors. Not implementing crypto properly would fall into that category,” Eiram said.

Too many programmers think that they can just link to a crypto library and they’re done, but cryptography is hard to implement robustly if you don’t understand the finer aspects of it, like checking certificates properly, protecting the encryption keys, using appropriate key sizes or using strong pseudo-random number generators.

“All this ultimately comes down to better education of programmers to understand all the pitfalls when implementing strong crypto,” Eiram said.

But it’s not only the developers’ fault. Matthew Green, a professor of cryptography engineering at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, thinks that many crypto libraries are “downright bad” from a usability perspective because they’ve been designed by and for cryptographers. “Forcing developers to use them is like expecting someone to fly an airplane when all they have is a driver’s license,” he said via email.

Green believes that making cryptographic software easier to use — ideally invisible so that people don’t even have to think about it — would be a much more efficient approach than training developers to be cryptographers.

“We don’t expect developers to re-implement TCP [a core Internet protocol] or the entire file system every time they write something,” he said. “The fact that current crypto APIs are so bad is just a reflection of the fact that crypto, and security in general, are less mature than those other technologies.”

The authors of some cryptographic libraries are aware that their creations should be easier to use. For example, the OpenSSL project’s roadmap, published last June, lists reducing API complexity and improving documentation as goals to be reached within one year. While not disputing that some crypto libraries are overly complex, Eiram doesn’t agree that developers need to be cryptographers in order to implement crypto correctly.

The crypto APIs in Java and .NET — the programming languages most used by the apps covered in Veracode’s report — were designed specifically for developers and provide most of what they need in terms of crypto features when developing applications in those languages, Eiram said.

“While it’s always preferable that libraries including crypto libraries are made to be used as easily as possible, the programmers using them ultimately need to at least understand on a high level how they work,” he said. “I really see it as a two-way street: Make crypto as easy to use as possible, but programmers having to implement crypto in applications should also properly educate themselves instead of hoping for someone to hold their hand.”

In addition to the lack of crypto expertise among developers and the complexity of some crypto libraries, forgetting to turn security features back on after product testing is another common source of failures, according to Green. For example, developers will often turn off TLS certificate validation in their testing environments because they don’t have a valid certificate installed on their test servers, but then forget to turn it back on when the product moves into production.

“There was a paper a couple of years back that found a huge percentage of Android applications were making mistakes like this, due to a combination of interface confusion and testing mistakes,” Green said.

The failure to properly validate TLS certificates was commonly observed by Veracode during their application security tests, according to Wysopal, and the CERT Coordination Center at Carnegie Mellon University has found that a lot of Android applications have the same problem.

Over the past few years there’s been a strong push to build encryption both into consumer applications, in response to revelations of mass Internet surveillance by intelligence agencies, and into enterprise software, in response to the increasing number of data breaches. But while everyone, from the general public to the government, seems to agree that encryption is important and we should have more of it, little attention is being paid to how it’s actually implemented into products.

If the situation doesn’t improve, we risk ending up with a false sense of security. We’ll have encryption built into everything, but it will be broken and our sensitive data will still be vulnerable to spies and would-be thieves.

DoGoodSoft Recently Released the Latest Version of PC Monitor Expert 1.65


The well-known computer monitoring software PC Monitor Expert has been updated to the version 1.65, in which fixed a serious problem and some minor bugs.

Change Log of PC Monitor Expert:

File Name: PC Monitor Expert

Version: 1.65

File Size: 3.79

Category: Computer Monitoring Software

Language: English

License: Trial version

System Requirements: win xp/vista/win 7/win 8

Released on: May 18, 2015

Download Address: http://dogoodsoft.com/pc-monitor-expert/free-download.html

What’ New in This Version:

– Fixed a bug that the action checking Records Storage Folder can be tracked by Recent Places;

– Fixed two bugs.

DoGoodSoft Recently Released the Latest Version of PC Monitor Expert 1.65Why Choose PC Monitor Expert:

Stealth operation: PC Monitor Expert cannot be found on the monitored computer. The monitoring software becomes invisible without any trace after installation, and it can monitor the object monitored computer secretly without letting anyone know. You can launch it by pressing hot key “Ctrl + Alt + U”.

Powerful monitoring: PC Monitor Expert can monitor all activities and operations on the object monitored computer, record every keystroke typed, screen content, window opened, and log computer idle time. Besides, it has powerful control function which allows you to prohibit specific window or software.

Pure software design: This program has no special requirement on computer or network, neither imposes any influence on them.

Protect user’s privacy: For all customers using our monitoring software, we promise that your private and personal information are highly protected and won’t be disclosed to any other people.

Superb after-sales service: With professional technical personnel, we provide overall, sound and considerate customer service.

Version feature: Monitor and control object monitored computer.

Application field: Monitor and control all activities and operations on the monitored computer.

Network requirement: PC Monitor Expert permits you monitor an object computer even without internet access. You can view monitored records on the object monitored computer or send the report to an e-mail you specified and check it on another computer.


DoGoodSoft USB Encryptor Recently Updated to Version 7.25


USB Encryptor is a professional encryption software for USB sticks, protable hard drives and shared folders, which has been upgraded to the latest version 7.25. The new version fixed some bugs and enhanced the efficiency and strength of Flash Encryption.

Change Log of USB Encryptor:

File Name: USB Encryptor

Version: 7.25

File Size: 1008KB

Category: USB Disk/Portable Hard Drive/Shared Folder Encryption Software

Language: English

License: Trial version

System Requirements: win xp/vista/win 7/win 8

Released on: May 05, 2015

Download Address: http://dogoodsoft.com/usb-encryptor/free-download.html 

What’s New in This Version:

– Fixed bug in password settings;

– Fixed setting bug when Diamond-Encrypting a folder;

* Improved strength and efficiency of Flash-encryption.

DoGoodSoft USB Encryptor Recently Updated to Version 7.25

Why Choose USB Encryptor:

USB Encryptor is a professional USB storage encryption software. In just seconds, it can encrypt all or any specific data in a storage device (a USB disk, external hard drive, shared folder, memory card or a memory stick). You can also choose to decrypt all files and folders, or only those you need, at the time of decryption.

Best Encryption Expert Updated to Version 12.03


A powerful file and folder encryption utility–Best Encryption Expert, recently upgraded to the latest version 12.03. This is a major upgrade offering some  significant changes, with the goal  to make Best Encryption Expert easy and powerful for users to employ.

Change Log of Best Encryption Expert 12.03:

File Name: Best Encrypiton Expert

Version: 12.03

File Size: 3.31MB

Category: File/Folder Encryption Software

Language: English

License: Trial version

System Requirements: Win2000/XP/VISTA/Win 7/8

Released on: May 24, 2015

Download Address: http://dogoodsoft.com/best-encryption-expert/free-download.html

What’s New in This Version:

– Fixed bug unable to change the software skin promptly;

– Fixed bug that software ID exception in specific systems;

* Improved protection efficiency and strength for folder password-protection and hiding;

* Improved password hint;

– Minor bug fixes;

* Enhanced software interface for XP;

* Optimized software installation experience.

Best Encryption Expert Updated to Version 12.03

Why Choose Best Encryption Expert:

Best Encryption Expert is a powerful file and folder encryption utility mainly for users who often encrypt important files and folders. Best Encryption Expert features super fast and most powerful file and folder encryption. With advanced encryption algorithms, its encryption on your files and folders can be super strong and is faultless. Encrypted files and folders cannot be decrypted without the password, and can be prevented from deletion, copying and removal!

DoGoodSoft Released the Latest Version of CHK File Recovery 1.06


CHK File Recovery, a professional chk file recovery software, has been updated by DoGoodSoft to the Version 1.06.

Update Information of CHK File Recovery:

File Name: CHK File Recovery

Version: 1.06

File Size: 2.82

Category: CHK File Recovery Software

Language: English

License: Trial version

System Requirements: Win2000/XP/VISTA/Win 7/Win 8

Release on: Jun 1, 2015

Download Address: http://dogoodsoft.com/chk-file-recovery/free-download.html

What’s New in This Version:

1. Added 6 recoverable file types;

2. The software window could be maximized;

3. Improved software interface;

4. Fixed an interface display bug;

5. Improved the way to get machine code.

DoGoodSoft Released the Latest Version of CHK File Recovery 1.06

Why Choose CHK File Recovery:

CHK File Recovery is an excellent recovery tool specialized in recovering CHK files in a quick and easy way. CHK File Recovery can accurately and quickly recover more than 100 common file types, such as mp3, mp4, jpg, bmp, gif, png, avi, rm, mov, mpg, wma, wmv, doc, docx, xls, xlsx, ppt, pptx, zip, rar, exe, dll, sql, mdb, psd. However, for file types that cannot be recognized automatically, manual judging is used to confirm file type. Manual judging can check the content of an unknown file through 4 methods and recover it afterwards.

Error Code 5: Access Denied When Decrypt an Encrypted Folder?


During the use of our encryption software, if you cannot decrypt the encrypted folders with error message Error Code 5: Access Denied, which was mostly caused by logic error in disk, what you can do is just to fix the disk.

How to fix disk to settle down the problem:

1. Your encrypted folder, for example, is in H: drive, click Computer/My Computer, right-click on H: drive, select Properties from the pop-up menu. Choose Tools, and click Check now…

Error Code 5: Access Denied When Decrypt an Encrypted Folder?

2. Choose the first option Automatically fix file system errors, and click Start.

Error Code 5: Access Denied When Decrypt an Encrypted Folder?

3. If there is a prompt that “dismount this volume first”, click the Force a dismount button;

Error Code 5: Access Denied When Decrypt an Encrypted Folder?

4. The time for this operation depends on the size of your drive and files stored in it. After that, it will pop up such message.

Error Code 5: Access Denied When Decrypt an Encrypted Folder?

Once the drive is fixed, you can normally decrypt your encrypted folders, and the message Error Code 5: Access Denied does not appear any more.

Download addresses for  latest version of folder encryption software:

Best Folder Encryptor: http://dogoodsoft.com/best-folder-encryptor/free-download.html

Best Encryption Expert: http://dogoodsoft.com/best-encryption-expert/free-download.html

Ease Folder Guard: http://dogoodsoft.com/ease-folder-guard/free-download.html

Ace Secret Folder: http://dogoodsoft.com/ace-secret-folder/free-download.html