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From: j m <security () wirerats org>
Date: 20 Nov 2002 20:41:49 -0000

In-Reply-To: <F5B0vIrk3jQDz4WolWa00009198 () hotmail com>

Try using EFS (encryption file system) or something.  It creates 
certificates based on user.  You need to have ntfs implemented.  I can't 
remember some of the details but do a google search for EFS Windows 2000 
and I am sure you will be overwhelmed with rich resources.

jm
wirerats network security, inc.

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From: "Tony - CIA;CISA;CDP;CPA;MBA" <tony572000 () hotmail com>
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Subject: Protect folder data. 
Date: Tue, 19 Nov 2002 00:59:48 +0000
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Hi,

I have some highly confidential data that I frequently access on in a 
folder 
that is on my desktop computer (ie win2k).  I want to make sure no one 
but 
me will able to see this data.  Does anyone know of any 
freeware\shareware 
that will 1) en-crypt the data in the folder and/or  2) require a 
password 
to open up the folder?  I need to make sure a person like our lan admin 
or 
desk top support person can not figure out a way to get to the data.

Tony CIA,CISA,CDP,MBA




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