its just the tech list I was on got a topic I was interested in and it was most
of my mailbox.
At 03:45 p.m. 23/11/2008, you wrote:
>What have you been smoking? This is like totally off topic, and system
>security has as much in common with Lonewolf is a dog is to a horse.
>shaun everiss wrote:
>>I would be quite carefull on protection of stuff.
>>if you really want to back up your backups zip them and use a password on the
>>Now rename the zip file to something like data.efr.
>>or .dyw or something.
>>Something that will not be detected right away.
>>You can get programs that will shred files like the mince program from
>>It turns all text files, into totally garbage.
>>Nothing can read them.
>>Your data is gone.
>>Till you enter the right password, not sure on the incription.
>>I suppose you could have something that would just lock things, I know in xp
>>you can lock drives and folders.
>>not sure if windows would allow you to lock a system folder though.
>>One thing you may try to do is get something that will incript things and
>>store them in a massive file, a ghost or something, those can be incripted
>>at least I think so.
>>You can also get something like drive xml, make an image then encript the
>>xml, and then noone can access the data anyway.
>>Another thing you could do was put your drive as another system, say linux
>>system, people will try to get in by linux if they want to, there are
>>encriptions in linux that may suit you better who knows.
>>Not sure if this exists, but I wander if its possible in addition to windows
>>and hard ware passwords and other things to get it so if you start a system
>>that you get secured, that if someone enters the wrong info to many times if
>>they try to guess the password that the system just locks up, ie windows does
>>Everything gets distroyed, etc and stuff, would stop anyone getting the data.
>>Ofcause that doesn't stop you having to get it back somehow.
>>Although I am sure you could have some secure way you could get things done.
>>Not sure if you can get fingerprint scanners on hard drive cases or machines
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