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Old 8th April 2004, 15:17   #1
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Ik heb een harde schijf van 80Gb en heb die in 2 verdeeld.
nu wil ik de 2e zonder besturingssysteem beveiligen tegen onbevoegden.

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Old 8th April 2004, 15:37   #2
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op fat32 gaat ge nie veel kunnen beveiligen

Maak daar NTFS van en het is degelijk te beveiligen...
 
Old 8th April 2004, 15:38   #3
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beveiligen <<>> Fat32
format the drive with NTFS and you can set security rules.
FAT32 is just too simple.

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If you want to protect yourself from linux-geeks, NTFS will not be safe either.

If your goal is as simple as keeping your mom away from finding your huge pr0n stack, ntfs will do. ; )
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If you want to protect yourself from linux-geeks, NTFS will not be safe either.
not remotely afaik, you'll need access to the machine to hack your way into NTFS, and if you have access to the machine, no file system or encryption can prevent you from gaining access
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