Is there a corporate grade storage device (NAS/SAN) that comes with functionality to prevent all data from being deleted and the only way to access the data is to export it and wrap it with a mandatory password security? More details inside [more inside]
I use Macs. I use a flash drive to carry powerpoint presentations and other documents that I need to access on PC's running various flavours of Windows, which are not mine and I will not have administrator access to. Is there a way that I can protect/encrypt the drive in a way that will let me use it on both systems, without having to pre-install software on the Windows system? I do not need government-grade encryption, just something that will stop casual snoopers accessing the data if I lose the drive.
Need some guidance on message-digest based password generation algorithms. [more inside]
How can I view an old Microsoft Word document that is password protected, when I cannot remember the password? [more inside]
How are passwords stored in systems that require the user to enter specific digits of their password?
How are passwords stored in systems that require the user to enter specific digits of their password? I am familiar with encryption techniques such as MD5 hashes, but I can't see a way in which a system would store the entire encrypted password, and still be able to authenticate individual characters, unless the password is stored in plain text, which seems unlikely for a bank. [more inside]
How do I password protect a folder or partition in windows 7 and also not have its contents included in Windows index or Everything. [more inside]
Anyone know of a small device with an LCD for securely storing passwords? [more inside]
How weak is it smart to allow my GPG key passphrase to get? [more inside]
So, I lost my USB stick. No big deal - except it has my password database on it. [more inside]
I want to encrypt a CD with a very simple password. [more inside]
How can I run a dictionary attack against a password-protected disk image file on OS X? [more inside]