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comment Windows 7 taskbar as sidebar, minimum width fixed
Hurray for a working answer!
Feb
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comment Can I encrypt data in a way that it can be read normally but can't be copied or edited?
@SkipHead He might have even already copied the data when you weren't around. You should just shoot him and be done with it :D
Feb
20
comment Can I encrypt data in a way that it can be read normally but can't be copied or edited?
Streaming 100gig of movies in reduced quality might make it very impractical to 'copy' the actual data but might just be enough for the orignal poster. Decent network protection is offcourse a basic for the requested security and should be a given.
Feb
20
comment Can I encrypt data in a way that it can be read normally but can't be copied or edited?
Stream all drive content into a secure app that only allows viewing the data should be enough. A remote desktop to a secure machine can view everything but do nothing you disallowed.
Feb
20
comment Can I encrypt data in a way that it can be read normally but can't be copied or edited?
Well, you could stand behind the friend with a gun telling him not to copy the information. Not practical but definitely feasible.
Feb
20
comment Can I encrypt data in a way that it can be read normally but can't be copied or edited?
There is really nothing to read at /dev/null or /dev/random. Its just random noise or zero's. You could just ask the friend not to copy the data.
Feb
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comment 500 Mbit/s powerline network, only 3.5 Mbyte/s transfer speed?
There is also a Tcp/Ip overhead slowing you down by about 10-20% especially on a 'bad' powerline.
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comment How is the capacity of a harddisk faked?
I've had a magazine using Norton Commander and hexedit to change the reported partition size. Too bad I've lost the magazine.
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answered How is the capacity of a harddisk faked?
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answered Why are RAM size usually in powers of 2 (512 MB, 1, 2, 4, 8 GB)?
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revised How does a free-up RAM utility free up RAM?
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