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Shayne

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  1. Anyone else getting "bad gateway" error messages when trying to update wordpress plugins or accessing the wordpress.org forum? edit:not sure why this posted twice.... somebody that has msfn.org magic powers please delete one of the duplicates.
  2. I don't think it can track your web browsing. They can track if you downloaded the pictures on their email. But that's it I think. Edit: Oops... This topic is 3 months old... I never noticed that....
  3. I doubt it's a virus. Maybe try reading this. I'm just grasping at straws though. http://help.lockergnome.com/office/Encoding-Error-Opening-Word--ftopict981461.html
  4. First Question: When I comment on a thread, and then come back two days later, is there a place I can see which threads have had replies? Everytime I come here I always click the "subscriptions" button.... But obviously thats the wrong one. Second Question: Can I link to one of my projects in my signature? Obviously the forum rules talk about advertising in signatures... But I'm assuming that means advertising for 3rd parties and not for my own projects? Thanks.
  5. Tinfoil hats are so 90's. We have better materials nowadays : http://reboot.pro/topic/13177-an-improved-electromagnetical-shielding-device/ jaclaz I think I am going too have to build one of those.
  6. Anybody here have a (working) multi-layered security setup to rival that one? --JorgeA Wow. But does he wear a tinfoil hat?
  7. Very interesting. I didn't know that was possible.
  8. Does anybody have Windows 8? It would be nice if somebody could test this program on it.
  9. Okay thanks. I'll take a look at this. Edit: The CLSID does not show up on XP even without trying to hide it.
  10. I just tried that and got it too work. Now the CLSID is not visible Thanks!!
  11. I tried using a desktop.ini file, however I couldn't get it to make any changes to a folder. Maybe there's something I'm missing? I've also added a start menu like feature to the program.
  12. I'm glad you are interested in my work I add encryption yet, but right now I'm working on adding a Start Menu type feature too the program.
  13. Sure , check "essence" : http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/essence The comment was following of initial suggestion, only aimed to highlight how the *need* for .Net and/or .Net 4 was highly debatable. To continue on the same path - with - let this be clear - no offence whatever intended to the actual Author of the nice Granite tool :, this would more or less add a line to the batch using SECEDIT (or as you pointed out, some sequence of SETACL or similar tools): http://www.robvanderwoude.com/secedit.php There is nothing "bad" of course in using any language or environment but simple things should IMHO made as simply as possible (but not more), particularly if there is a scope into making the thingy "portable". jaclaz I agree that things should be made simple. However, I plan on adding more features, possibly a portable start menu, so that's why I am using C# and not a batch file. As MrJine said, it is "childproof". The idea is too prevent the average person from accessing the files, and that's what it does This doesn't use encryption to protect the folder. It uses NTFS File permissions and CLSID. If you were too plug this into a linux computer, I am not sure what would happen. Obviously the program would not run. But I'm not sure if linux would recognize the NTFS permissions or not. Edit: Thank you for all the comments and suggestions
  14. Interesting idea, which class ID is the folder lock. The class ID is {2559a1f2-21d7-11d4-bdaf-00c04f60b9f0} Thanks. I'll add that to my list of ideas
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