How to Encrypt the contents of CD

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  1. majdijm

    majdijm Registered Member

    Jun 7, 2006
    How to Encrypt the contents of CD and read them without make a copy of them after decrypted

    Hi Everybody
    I need some help......I'm working on a Project, used Rijndael Algoritms to make a Encryption/Decryption Data for more specific i used this algorithm to Encr/Decr Image files: The Certain Program run as follow:
    1-Encrypt the Images.
    2-When the user have to view the Pictures the program bring the encrypted file, Decrypt it and make a Temp Copy of the Decrypted image file to make it viewable to user.
    Now, the point is this Temp image make the program very slowly and because i can't delete image while the program running,then the program need Large memory.
    my goal is to put the program and the Images into CD.
    I have CD contain only .DAT file Contain all Images and movies and Sounds used in CD and the programmer here not used any kind of temporary HOWo_Oo_O
  2. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

    May 9, 2005
    You're not making much sense, but:
    AxCrypt by can encrypt files and decrypt them "on the fly". Alternatively, you can make executable decrypters, allowing anyone on any pc to run them, then after closing them, the files are encrypted again.
    Speed and temp files - really depends on the computer. If a machine is powerful enough, it will work well. If not, it won't. Simple.
  3. TairikuOkami

    TairikuOkami Registered Member

    Oct 10, 2005
    I use AxCrypt, it is a good one, if you want to encrypt some files.
    If you want to create an encrypted disc, try TrueCrypt [freeware].
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