This worked for me on windows 7 and folder lock 6.2
I didnot find this entry in XP
GO to run and type
and click ok
Browse to the following entry:-
In the right hand pane you will find a value like : "_pack" ="encrypted password"~ ~ ~"
Ignore the ~ sign. Suppose your value is "bfltpjl
~ ~ ~ ", ignore the ~ sign and take the remaining letters or alphabets.
Write them down in reverse order. In our example, it becomes "ljptlfb". Now start decrypting by writing the alphabet or digit which comes before the given letter or digit.
In our case the letter before l is k, the letter before f is i, the letter before p is o and thereon. So our password becomes "kioskea
". The same is the case with digits too. Substitute 1 for 2, 2 for 3 and so on.