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Lost or hid Home Folder using LameSecure

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Hello everyone,

In search of any help please....

I used a program called LameSecure I got from Versiontracker
I used it to password protect a file on my desktop and it some how included my home folder, I think lamesecure moved and or hid my hole folder, when I tried to undue this in LameSecure by telling it to not have a password and then I clicked Revert ather then Save hoping it would release my home folder it either hid it or deleated it..Please HELP..

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