Posted 10 October 2007 - 03:09 PM
I just did a test with one of the Encrypters AxCrypt and its not going to do what I want. I tried to encrypt a /folder/ instead in encrpyts the files inside the folder, which you can still delete even though they're encrypted. It wont encrypt the folder to where you need a password to open/delete it.
Mabey a different program might do that? I would rather put a password on the HDD itself to where you need to enter it to be able to access it at all, Such as if you navigate to E:\ you need to enter a password to enter the directory.
Encrypting also dosent stop him from moving it to his laptop and doing Reformat -.-
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