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TRPasswordsPlus

By palefountain ·
I joined this group, the other day, and was prompted to download TRpasswordsplus as a freebie. However it will not unzip, but instead just says "Please insert the last disk in the multi disk set"? I can't find where the software is on the site to re-download. Any ideas?

Cheers

John

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Memory - mine not PC

by palefountain In reply to No issues

Thanks for the replies. I was more puzzled by why I couldn't find the download on the site :-)

I will give one of the ones listed by Older Mycroft a go. I just wondered if they were any good, as the older I get the harder it is to remember some of the complex passwords I have :-)

Cheers

John

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Found TRPasswordsPlus on my pc

by kurohato In reply to TRPasswordsPlus

No recollection of downloading it or even being prompted to do so, but it turned up in a few places during a cleanup/reinstall. I deleted it straight away and googled later, along with another one named secretmakersetup, which sadly made it into backup cd-roms as well.

TRPasswordsPlus doesn't seem to be available from sites I normally consider reputable, but is referred to in several places that I wouldn't visit with a live OS behind two firewalls. Complicated versioning? Every move requires "technical support?" Trust my passwords to "freebie" software without reason or solid password policy for myself and my co-workers? Better to keep them in a notebook concealed behind my daughter's romance novel collection.

From a conspiracy point of view, the installation process and reliance on support are social engineering to engage and create bonds with the user, as are keywords like "plus," "lite," and the thought provoking "TR" (which means...?).

Why not just walk away?

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Uh, what are you on about?

by seanferd In reply to Found TRPasswordsPlus on ...

"and the thought provoking "TR" (which means...?)"

Well gee, you found this site, it has a name, take a wild guess.

"From a conspiracy point of view,"

Yeah, exactly. What are you on about?

"the installation process and reliance on support are social engineering to engage and create bonds with the user, as are keywords like "plus," "lite,"

Again, what?

"TRPasswordsPlus doesn't seem to be available from sites I normally consider reputable, but is referred to in several places that I wouldn't visit with a live OS behind two firewalls."

Well, duh. If it is available anywhere but here, as a free "sign-up gift", it would be an illegal download.

But the program is simply Password Plus, look it up, but branded for TR.

"Complicated versioning? Every move requires "technical support?" Trust my passwords to "freebie" software without reason or solid password policy for myself and my co-workers? Better to keep them in a notebook concealed behind my daughter's romance novel collection. "

Again, what are you talking about here?

"No recollection of downloading it or even being prompted to do so, but it turned up in a few places during a cleanup/reinstall"

Well, fellow, someone downloaded it and installed it, either as a membership gift or illegally. It didn't just sneak into your hard drive.

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