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is there a way to copy protect a dvd?


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i was wondering if there is a way to copy code or copy protect a dvd?

 

Hi Ron,

It's one of those "holy Grail" items.

 

If you find an effective and efficient way to do it, please come back here and make me your Agent. We can sell it to the big boys and make $$Millions$$ :)

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If you are just storing data and don't want it looked at then you could buy some strong encryption software and encrypt it before writing it to your DVD. Your files would be subject to copying but then what can be done with encrypted files? It's not totally crack proof by a sophisticated high level CIA/FBI type person but then who are you?

 

 

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If you are just storing data and don't want it looked at then you could buy some strong encryption software and encrypt it before writing it to your DVD. Your files would be subject to copying but then what can be done with encrypted files? It's not totally crack proof by a sophisticated high level CIA/FBI type person but then who are you?

FYI Dave :D

 

Encryption for a Data Disc is available in Creator Classic!

 

Only downside is that the file must be Restored in order to view it… Not just a simple matter of entering a password…

 

If the password is forgotten, you are done for :( There is no way to recover the files.

 

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