Re: Laptop Security?
Date: Sat, 12 Jun 2004 15:49:51 -0700
Two products that I support for security
PGP Desktop you can created PGP Disk that will protect your Documents
And PointSec for complete protection
"Paul Anderson" <paulandersonNOSPAM@saddleworth.net> wrote in message
> I want to make sure that if my laptop is stolen no private data (credit
> private documents etc) can be viewed. I have read that the password
protection in Windows
> is next to useless.
> I have looked around for software to protect my personal details stored in
Windows. But I
> can only find software that will provide me with a separate drive or
folder that is secure
> to store documents within.
> Ideally I would like to prevent access to ANY files including the
operating system so all
> my data stored on the disk is secure. Is there any software out there that
can do this?
> Thanks, Paul.
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