First, I would create a txt file sepporate from the batch and name it your password.Hide the txt somewhere. Then enter this at the top of the batch (replacing %location% with the location of the txt):@echo offset /p password=ENTER THE PASSWORD: If exist %location%%password%.txt GoTo startecho ACCESS DENIEDpause>nullexit:start::the rest of the batch goes here_Then you will want to convert this batch to a exe as anyone can simply click edit on the batch and find the password.
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Have you tried this?
I found a much better way now using .dat files in the windows 32 folder appdata
and thx for putting mine (not that anyone else answered) as best answer!