B1:                      * Encodes popular filehosting sites account details in usernameassword format to an encrypted format that can be shared without the recipient knowing the account details

B2                       * Decodes encrypted account details that was shared by somebody (having used this program to encrypt it).

B3                        * After account decryption a cookie is provided for use in 2 formats:

+ As an internet explorer cookie file that can be imported to be used in IE but will also be available for use by Internet Download Manager (IDM). Links can then be added straight in IDM without using your browser.
+ As a javascript string that can be used in ANY internet browser.

* An account that is decoded / to be encoded is first checked to see if it is premium and the user is informed about it. This means account checkers on the forum does not have to test the cookie first. Only premium accounts can be encoded.

B4                        * Currently supports Fileserve, Netload, Hotfile, Megaupload and Filesonic. Please note that IDM does not support FIlesonic session cookies so Filesonic cannot be used in IDM

1. Microsoft .NET Framework Version 2.0
2. mysecret.exe (included in the download)
3. wget.exe (included in the download)
4. base64.exe (included in the download)
5. md5crypt.exe (included in the download)

Error messages, bugs and testing:
I have tested this program only on Windows 7 32bit and Windows XP 32 bit.
It also ran fine on my vmware virtual pc [Windows 7 64 bit].
On the XP system that only had latest .NET (v4), the program did not run and I had to install .NET v2 as well

If nothing happens when you start the program or if you get any error messages upon launching the program, download and install Microsoft .NET Framework Version 2.0 Redistributable Package: Download

How to use (Video TUT):
This video was made for Fileserve cookie commander but the operation of MULTI cookie commander is exactly the same except for the fact that you will get an initial menu asking you to choose the file hoster (Fileserve, Netload, etc). After that menus are more or less the same - each has an option to DECODE and ENCODE