We all have files on our computers that contain sensitive and personal information, such as tax returns, financial documents, credit information, medical records, photos, videos or other files that contain information we simply dont want others to see.
How do you make certain these important files remain safe and secure? docLock allows you to password protect any file or folder on your computer with ease. Share any locked file by email or take it with you for use on any PC via disSecurely Lock Files, Folders, Documents docLock allows you to select the files, folders, documents, photos, videos, Zip files, PDFs and other files you wish to lock and password protect. Secure only the files you wish to keep safe.
Protect Against Lost or Stolen Personal Information docLock allows you a simple way to password protect any personal or sensitive information. Protect yourself against identity theft, financial loss and privacy invasion.
Simple to Use Install and run in minutes. Follow the Getting Started screen to lock your first file in a matter of seconds. No need to read help files, documentation, user manuals, or call the neighborhood computer guru to get started.
Drag and Drop Locking/Unlocking Technology Lock/Unlock a document at lightning speed with 3 shortcut options; 1) drag and drop the file to docLock, 2) right click the file and choose to Lock/Unlock, or 3) browse to your desired file. So quick!
Compact File Size docLock is 5 MB in file size, most security software is around 100MB, which means docLock saves the valuable computer resources you need to run programs or surf the web.
Share/Email Locked Files docLock allows you to share any locked file via email, disk or portable drive with a friend as long as they have the password you created. Feel confident the recipient will be the only one able to access the file.
Portable Version Take any locked file with you for use on ANY computer by creating a portable version with a simple click of your mouse. Save your files to memory sticks, USB drives, flash drives, external hard drives, or any other device you use to carry or store files.