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FindMySoft Editor's Review
Password Door – Put a Password on Windows Applications
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The Password Door application is meant for the user who takes privacy and security seriously and wants to prevent unauthorized access to his applications. This application will prevent others from accessing your applications by letting you password protect them. Only when the correct password is provided, access to the application will be granted – and you’re the only one who knows the password.

The Password Door installation file is 616KB in size; even on a less than spectacular internet connection, getting a less than 1MB file off the web and onto your computer will take very little time. Run the aforementioned file, go through the setup wizard, and have Password Door installed on your Windows- powered machine (32 and 64-bit editions of anything from Windows 7 down to Windows 2000).

During the installation process, you will be asked to pick a password for Password Door – it will prevent others from accessing the Password Door application and block them from uninstalling it from your system. Access to the application’s interface is granted only after you type in the password. The interface has three, big, main buttons to present: Protect a Program (you can select the program you want to protect from a list), View & Manage Protected Programs (view a list of protected programs, remove items from the list, arrange them as you want on the list), and Deactivate Protection. By default the interface uses the blue color scheme – from the appropriately named Color Scheme menu you can pick another color to be used for Password Door’s interface.

As mentioned above, Password Door prevents unauthorized access to your applications by password protecting them. There are two ways you could do that. One would be to take the crosshair icon from the upper right hand part on Password Door’s interface, then drag and drop it on a window – this will protect the target program. Another would be to click on the Protect a Program button and select the application you want to protect from a list. Say you want to protect the Firefox browser. Just scroll down until you find it in the list, then hit the Protect button from the bottom right hand side.

Once you do that, you will be presented with a few more options. You can choose a different password for Firefox (if you don’t, the password you use to access Password Door will also be used to access Firefox), you can pick the protection mode (Password Protect, Allow, Deny), you can play with a few advanced settings, and you can even set up a schedule.

Once you select an application for password protection, it will be added to the list in the View & Manage Protected Programs Menu. You can arrange the entries in the list as you want, you can enable and disable protection for individual entries, you can remove entries, and you can modify entries.

For 21 days you can use Password Door for evaluation purposes. Once this trial period is over, you will have to get a license to keep using the application.

Password Door provides a handy and efficient means to prevent unauthorized access to your applications: it password protects them.

Pros
The lightweight download takes little time to complete; the installation process takes little time to complete as well. The interface can be customized by changing the color scheme and the font. Easily add applications to the protected list. Access to Password Door is password protected; use the same password or another password to prevent access to applications. You can set up a schedule.

Cons
Password Door is free to use for a trial period of 21 days.

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Password Door Editor's Review Rating
Password Door has been reviewed by George Norman on 28 May 2012. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated Password Door 5 out of 5 stars, naming it Essential
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