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Hideing data Answered

I was looking for a way to back up and hide some of my important files (passwords, credit card info) when i ran into cryptcd and so far its really nice it does stuff like adding users to your CD with their own passwords and permissions per file and folder And the ability to create a custom decoy boot screen for the CD including screen color, text, background image, and logo image anyone els use this or have something simaller?

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wikityler
wikityler

13 years ago

I put my most important files (ie: copy of all my id, passport, medical records, and my gnupg keys) on a flash drive which I sealed in some abs pipe, and buried it in the nearby municipal park. It's safe there, even if my house burns down, and it's not encrypted so I don't have to worry about forgetting the password.

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Brennn10
Brennn10

Reply 13 years ago

Thats a pretty good idea.

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Brennn10
Brennn10

13 years ago

I think that encryption works the best.

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lemonie
lemonie

13 years ago

Your topic is "Hiding data"
For a good hide, disguise your file by changing it's name and hide it amongst similar files.
e.g. call it (something dull and inconspicuous).dll and pop it in WINDOW/SYSTEM32

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