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hey guys, i have a data dvd which contains data files, i want to borrow it to my friend but i dont want him to copy this dvd or anyone to copy it , is there any software that can make somekind of "lock" for that dvd?? i want to make it like "read only" please help
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if they want the software bad enough there are apps to get around the protection
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hey guys, i have a data dvd which contains data files, i want to borrow it to my friend but i dont want him to copy this dvd or anyone to copy it , is there any software that can make somekind of "lock" for that dvd?? i want to make it like "read only" please help
If its set to read only they can still copy it, the only way to protect your data would be to encrypt it somehow, like they do with DVD movies.
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You could create a 4.5G truecrypt volume on your HDD, write your backup there, then burn that TC file to dvd.

Also (just guessing) but check out virtual clone drive - it might have provisions for something like that.
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Zip the data. Place a password on the zipped file. Burn to disk.

N/M: If he can read the disk, then he can copy the disk.
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