Okidoki Guard 2.2
Okidoki is a simple program designed to password-protect your computer.
After you put in your name and password, an icon will be placed in the startup folder.
After you reboot your Mac, a password prompt screen comes up, asking for your password.
Additional features include: A button to easily uninstall Okidoki Guard, and a log window named Okilog.
This is a very useful program for those who like a little extra security for their Macs.
New in version 2.0: Better security; Okidoki Guard shuts down the computer if a user fails three times in the password-promp screen; an improved interface; and some bugs eliminated.
For more information, including on later updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
This is a fully functional copy of Okidoki Guard.
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