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February 27, 2006, 8:24 pm
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a CD containing, say, a folder which itself contained perhaps a
thousand small files which might be text, audio, or video?
I use Windows XP with all the latest patches, etc & service pack 2.
Every encrytion utility I've researched seems to have two flaws for
1) You have to encrypt every single file - and decrypt them as you view
them (which, I believe, would have to be done with something like PGP)
2) The whole-disc encryption seems to be ridiculously easy to break (I
read that in a review for CD-Lock, for instance).
Has anyone used the product from Ashampoo? It apparently does what I
want, but how good is it?
In other words, I'm looking to transfer many files to a CD, then
encrypt the entire disc and then burn it - and then be able to enter a
password to decrypt that entire disc to view it's contents.
I'd be quite appreciative if someone could offer some suggestions.
Anyone wishing to can email me at email@example.com. Thanks
again for any help offered.
Re: HOW DO YOU ENCRYPT AN ENTIRE CD FULL OF UNENCRYPTED FILES?
Did you try http://www.truecrypt.org ?
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