BOClean is totally incompatible with password protected/encrypted software.
TrueCrypt, MagicDisk encrypted, even password protected RARs, 7Z and ZIP, just to name a few.
To me it started with a currupted TrueCrypt drive. I nearly got heartattack for the lost 10Gb disk. I thought it was a TrueCrypt fault at first, but then it happend with a password protected RAR. Then I spent 2-3 additional hours testing with applications that generally encrypt/decrypt data.
The problem is always reproducible!
OS - Windows XP/SP2
- Mount/dismount encrypted drive, or try open several times a password protected file.
On the 5-6th time the corresponding software will report currupted drive, wrong password, etc.
- Restart the computer - the problem persists.
- Deistall BOClean.
- Try again to open a password protected file or drive, that previously failed. You are lucky. All data is again accessible.
- Install BoClean again.
- Try step 1 - you are in the loop again.
Unfortunatelly to me I should avoid the the use of BOClean currently.