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How do I protect the data on my hard drive so that if the drive removed (stolen), data will be inaccessible?

I saw that you can use Microsoft's EFS encryption but it said files would be decrypted if moved off the drive. I am looking for a solution that will protect the drive if someone tries to mount it on another machine. Thanks!

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Your best bet is a hammer and a hard surface. Take out your aggression on the hard drive and you won't have to worry about your data being compromised ;-)

  • 1 decade ago

    encrypt it using a encryption software. Check out www.download.com for some free encryption software. but use them wisely as if you forget how to decrypt them you might end up in trouble.

  • 1 decade ago

    or just run a magnet over the hard drive.set like a booby trap when someone tries to remove it the magnet falls ontop of the hard drive and thats it.

    you beter give me 10 points for helping you dude

  • 1 decade ago

    Hide them they cant see whats invisable. Right click on the folder select hide.

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