Date: Wed, 4 May 2005 09:40:30 -0400
Ntfs is not really secure. What we need is a file system that is encrypted
with a passphrase and pin. So that even if your system is wide open to the
internet, nobody can read or write or even see your harddrive without the
proper codes. Only those on your network that you give access to would be
able to. You would have access from a remote computer because you have the
codes. The pin code could be the fingerprint reader output in combination
with other input. This would put the virus, trojan and spyware writers along
with just plain snoops out of business for good. Also something that locks
all your ports when the mouse is still would be a good thing.
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- Re: OBD 1 Code reader / Scanner what to buy or stay away
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- Re: ecu codes, citroen c3 turbo trouble
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- Windows XP wont start up
... "Checking File System on C" After that completes I get this message: ... If I skip the system file check then I'm prompted to the safe mode start up ... If I choose any of the safe mode startups: it takes me to a list of codes ... example of codes: multdiskpartition ...