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Posted on 01-03-06 03:45
I'm not entirely sure if this is the right place to post this, so sorry if it isn't...

I've just gotten a new flash drive, and I've taken a lot of stuff from my computer and put it on it. I really don't want my parents reading any of my work (I tend to use... colorful language when I write, and they don't quite appreciate it), and I was wondering if there was a way to put a password on my files. It doesn't have to be anything brilliant -- my parents can't actually ask the pass without making it clear they were looking, and they're idiots on the computer anyway -- but something that will work.

I'm almost positive this is possible. Any help...? I tried Googling it, but it didn't work...Frown
Thanks in advance. Smile


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Posted on 01-03-06 07:50
I have some software on my computer which allows for that.
Its called Steganos Security Suite (2006).
It has a function which allows you to create a "portable Safe" which means you need a password to open it and all the files inside area encrypted.

Im not going to go into how exactly you could go about getting a copy of this, im sure you can think of a couple, but just to remind you people can still buy software Wink

Anyway I hope that this helps

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Posted on 01-03-06 13:49
Actually, I've been wondering the same thing. And now that I know how to do it, I'm going to try and get my hands on this program too. Thanks for the help.


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Posted on 01-03-06 16:14
i ant o go to some dumb site and then bess pops up and i cant