NOD32 Dummy File Creator is a small utility that creates dummy files in a specific location, in an attempt to fend off worms and protect your sensitive files.
An important aspect to take into account is that the Windows registry does not get new entries, and files are not kept on the hard disk after removing the program.
The interface is made from a regular window with a plain and simple layout, where you can view a list of dummy files to be created, specify the output directory, establish the file size and fill string, as well as choose file attributes (archive, hidden, read-only, system).
The application does not put a strain on system resources, since it uses a very low amount of CPU and RAM. It has a good response time and works well, without causing the OS to hang, crash or pop up error dialogs. Unfortunately, NOD32 Dummy File Creator Utility has not been updated for a very long time, and it is not compatible with newer operating systems.
A brief description of the program’s interface
– Creating dummy files is very easy, you just need to select the files you want to protect, pick the output directory and press the Create button.
– You can set the file attributes (folder, archive, read-only, hidden) and create a file name that will be different from its original one (for example, a name created by a printer will look like your name).
– You can choose to place the file in a Windows folder or a special folder (in which you will not be able to find the file even if you try to look for it using a search engine).
– You can choose to create a backup copy of your files and merge it with the original one.
– You can choose to keep the temporary file on the hard disk (as a backup) or on a USB flash disk, and use a virtual drive on your disk to use the file (in this way you will be able to use the file on your USB flash disk on any computer).
– You can specify the file size (in bytes, kilobytes, megabytes and gigabytes) and the location of the output file.
– The interface is similar to the one used by NOD32 Virus Scanner, so you can use it very well.
– The program does not put a strain on system resources, since it uses a very low amount of CPU and RAM.
– The program works well, without causing the OS to hang, crash or pop 84e02134c1
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What do you get?
Most people try a brute-force approach first, using standard programming techniques to write a program to solve the problem. Brute-force programs usually use the steps below:
Identify the number to find.
Identify the number to replace.
Replace the number to find with the number to replace.
Repeat the steps 2 and 3 until you get the right answer.
It’s not hard to see how we can apply these steps to the problem in the example above.
Let’s start with the problem statement:
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