SysInfoTools NSF Local Security Remover 1.0 ~ crack/serial/keygen

Databases or more precisely the data they contain, are usually eligible for multiple forms of protection, especially through the use of passwords.

One type of secured databases is the NSF database files of Lotus Notes.

SysInfoTools NSF Local Security Remover

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SysInfoTools NSF Local Security Remover is specially designed to remove all security features from Lotus Notes NSF database files with just a few clicks.

NSF files are usually managed with the help of an attribute called Access Control List (ACL) through which the administrator sets the specific access rights.

However, like all services managed by computers, these files are also prone towards the occasional failure, either because of corruption or random bugs.

Fortunately, SysInfoTools NSF Local Security Remover is specially designed to deal with such type of situations, as it erases NSF security aptly and helps you to open and read Lotus Notes NSF files.

It doesn't matter if you frequently work with NSF files or have never heard of them before, you will figure out how to us this tool incredibly quick.

The UI is comprised of nothing more than a bracket and three buttons; The bracket is for inputting the file path towards the NSF file you need unlocking, while one button is for browsing that file's location, one is for performing the actual security feature removal, and the third button is to undo the changes.

One thing worth mentioning is that the app does not interfere with the file's original content, so everything that comes out of it can be considered "lossless"

If for whatever reason you need to quickly access a NSF file, but lack the necessary credentials, then SysInfoTools NSF Local Security Remover Serial is precisely the tool you need.

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