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I don't know where I should put this so I apologize if this is the wrong section.

I have a ISO that I have created to store my business data, applications and documents.

What I want is to password protect the CD. Just to keep unwanted eyes off my data. I realize that it will not protect from someone who is determined, but just the same.

Any Ideas? From editing the autorun to a ISO creation program. I'm open.

(by the way the disk includes both BART DOS startup, Hiren's bootable disk< and Regular Data, with an autorun program)

Much thanks in advanced!!!

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Magic ISO and PowerISO will password protect an actual image file, but not the access to the disk.


And I simi-want the auto-run and bootable part to be password protected. although I quit looking at this rout because of it I will look again. I may lock the files needed to access the program and fengle my way around. Zelkea I will look thru those programs

Thanks all!

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So, you want to make it possible not even to open the thing if mounted? If you want that, you may as well zip it in a rar archive and password protect that. Use Winrar to do this.

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Weird thing to ask for I know. You can encrypt a thumb drive right? I don't know exactly how to go about this. Ya a self extracting .rar archive of winxip would work. its an idea.

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Ya i've got a few just the bootable CD is what we use everyday and they constantly get lost. you can understand right?

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Hi,
One easy way is to upload this data to an online storage site and password protect it there. it is safe and only be accessed with the password.

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