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Encrypt Archives (at the bottom of the DropStuff v12.02 main window) and Encrypt archives with passphrase (in Stuffit preferences) are turned on. I am asked to key in a password (twice) before encryption, which I do, but the resulting sit.x file opens without asking for the password.

What am I doing wrong? Thanks.
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