|17 Jan 2010||#1|
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DVD-R data protection help
Hello, everyone, I'm now thinking to protect my data, i mean when I write the data to the DVD-R, then anyone cannot edit or modify or copy it to local system, and I'm also wondering, I think I can protect my data by minimize the execution time of the data to 1, so the data can only be executed once and the dvd is useless after that or put the hardware of dvd driver, so if it put to one dvd drive, then installed, then when it put to another dvd driver, the driver will not able to read it again.
any advice from you all is valuable to me. I'm really appreciate all advice, thank you
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