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Twaize

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Does anyone know any program to put passwords on a folder?
 

sibanac

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If this exists for windows it would be verry easy to circumvent.
I would suggest using WinTP to encrypt the files you want to 'hide'
 

nath

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It could be made difficult to circumvent in NTFS..
 

Tom

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heh Twaize you're not using your parent's computer are you?

heh heh heh :D
 

Ardrias

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I've used FolderGuard, it's pretty nifty. Tho I'd recommend to backup your porn on a cd and run from there instead.
 

nath

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hehehe.. entire porn collections that fit on a single cd.

I remember those days :\

Which reminds me, when the hell are dual layer dvd-rs out? ;)
 

yaruar

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Ardrias said:
I've used FolderGuard, it's pretty nifty. Tho I'd recommend to backup your porn on a cd and run from there instead.
USB2 HDD is the way forward I tell you ;)
 

Twaize

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No im just living at a boarding school and some ppl are hacking eachother... And it's nice to have something private ;)
 

nath

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If it's your own pc, surely it'd be better to just lock the entire thing rather than specific folders.
 

Shovel

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Indeed.

Make use of encryption and user permissions. XP Pro has these easily accessible, I don't know how good the encryption is, mind.

Something like PGP is more hardcore if there's something you really want to protect.

In the short term get a good personal firewall like Outpost and then have a read of Windows XP Home User Self Defence.

This is obviously less useful if you don't run XP... ;)
 

caLLous

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nath said:
Which reminds me, when the hell are dual layer dvd-rs out? ;)
Soon my friend, soon! It's already possible to write a dual layer dvd-r in a Pioneer A06 with a minor firmware upgrade, so it can't be far away. :)
 

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