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Posted on 08-05-06 03:53
Ive heard of some programs that will "shread" files, but thats not what im looking for. Im looking for some type of program that will prompt a password and/or username whenever a sertain file is tryed to be opened. Has anyone made or heard of where i can find a program that will do this type of thing? (Just a reminder, this is for a USB drive.)
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Posted on 21-05-06 07:18
I'm quite certain that the username/password thing would have to be part of the program in question. If it's a program that you made then just tell it to prompt for user and pass before executing anything. If you want a user and pass entered for a program you downloaded, you could try maybe having the program encrypted then make a program which asks for user and pass, then if you get them right it decrypts the program and runs it.

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Posted on 03-06-06 16:53
I have a usb that contains a login program. The usb will load, for example, and be categorized as the G:&*92; drive. While the program takes the place of F:&*92;. Clicking on G:&*92; will result in a message that it does not exist. Opening F:&*92; will simply bring up a login prompt. Upon successful credentials, the F:&*92; will vanish, and G:&*92; will take the place of F:&*92;. Memorex [512 mb] i think.
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Posted on 02-12-07 22:54
i have a jumpdrive that has a password protection on it
its a sandisk g3. This one has a built in program so that you can go online and download programs onto it. Like firefox, a proxy program, and encrypted safes. just google it and check it out
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Posted on 02-12-07 23:12
sweet, only 18 months too late


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Posted on 02-12-07 23:53
just use PGP and all your problems will be solved.


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Posted on 03-12-07 06:48
Use TrueCrypt. It's a FOSS encryption tool available for Windows and Linux and can be used to encrypt thumbdrives.

to get it:
http://www.truecr. . .

tutorials
http://www.verste. . .truecrypt/
http://lifehacker. . .154465.php
http://polishlinu. . .ypt-howto/

hope this helps



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