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Secure files used by a application

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I have a program witch reads information from file A.
I need to secure file A from being copied. I don't need a high level of security. The purpose is just to stop internals from copying the data.

usually i secure the data with encryption, but as this file needs to be read by the software when there is no observation over the software i need a more flexible solution.


Edited by 7NoID, 18 June 2012 - 01:45 AM.

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Hi 7NoID ... :wave: ..:welcome:
I see its been 3 days with no reply so why don't you repost this question in the applications forum here...and be sure to give the name of the software
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