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can i password protect my web site ?

Q: can i password protect my web site ?

does anyone know how i would do this as im building a web site
for the use of family and freinds and would like to resrict the access of unwanted users.....
relatively simple instructions as poss please !
treat me like an idiot "ive earned it "

sorry i forgot to mention i would like to restrict access after the index page so that it will be possibble to see that right away
but then require password to accesss the rest of the site

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How to force IE 11 to ask for saving credentials again for just one web site, after having accidentally sellect not to remember password for that particular site. Please, take into account that:


- I'm totally aware that storing credentials is not a good security practice, but in my particular case this is what I need to do.

- I know that reseting IE or similar approachs will do the job, but doing that I'll lost more tan 70 web sites credentials. I need a solution not involving loose all the web credentials stored.
- I also know that there is way to do the trick "lying" to IE using a modified but similar username, but this only works in some web sites, depending on the kind of login mechanism used. In my particulare case this trick also does not work.
- I also know that there was a registry hack for this particular problem, but this does not work with IE last versions.


Any help would be very apreciated.

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Hi

What's the best password protect protect software for folders?

Also if the password was forgotten or lost..would there be any way to acceess the file?

Thanks.

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How to Protect my Site in DDOS Attack
thanks
Skype:jolo.coronel2
thanks
im using xampp 1.7.3
and i have MuServer

A:How to Protect my Site in DDOS Attack

You must talk with your hosting company to see what services (if any) they offer to deal with (D)DoS.

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If I visit a malware site with latest version of Firefox with the NoScript extension without allowing any scripts, whats the chance of me getting infected if I don't download anything?
 
Also, I hope this is the right place to post this.

A:Will using NoScript protect you from a malware site if..?

COPIED FROM NoScript:
The NoScript Firefox extension provides extra protection for Firefox, Seamonkey and other mozilla-based browsers: this free, open source add-on allows JavaScript, Java, Flash and other plugins to be executed only by trusted web sites of your choice (e.g. your online bank).
NoScript also provides the most powerful anti-XSS and anti-Clickjacking protection ever available in a browser.
NoScript's unique whitelist based pre-emptive script blocking approach prevents exploitation of security vulnerabilities (known and even not known yet!) with no loss of functionality...
You can enable JavaScript, Java and plugin execution for sites you trust with a simple left-click on the NoScript status bar icon (look at the picture), or using the contextual menu, for easier operation in popup statusbar-less windows.Watch the "Block scripts in Firefox" video by cnet.
 
If I were using Windows and could only have one security program/ add-on....it would be NoScript. I use it in Ubuntu, too.
There is a learning curve. It is not just install and forget. Install it and go to a popular site and then view all the scripts you never knew
were active on that site and are now blocked from running. You can click to allow just the site's scripting and still block all the others.
The ones that you want to play videos on will be one that you will spend the most time learning which script to allow only the videos to play.

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Yeah I know, this post has a lousy title. Couldn't come up with anything better.
 
Everyone says to use only complex and long passwords because bad guys with powerful computers are able to use brute force to try many random passwords.  The longer the password, the longer it would take a hacker to guess correctly using such a trial-and-error process.  
 
However, many sites only allow a small number of wrong passwords before shutting you out.  How do the bad guys get around the small number of tries allowed by most sites?
 
Thank you.

A:Can web site lockout protect against hackers

However, many sites only allow a small number of wrong passwords before shutting you out.  How do the bad guys get around the small number of tries allowed by most sites?
 
Thank you.
By exploiting vulnerabilities in the web server software and scripting. Have a look at Security Space, http://www.securityspace.com/sspace/index.html for more info.

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As of this morning, when going to many websites, including Microsoft, I get the annoying "To help protect your security, Internet Explorer blocked this site from downloading files to your computer. Click here for more options..." yellow bar in Internet Explorer 8.

I haven't done anything special since yesterday, nor installed anything! If I click and accept the download, it downloads automatically to a temp folder but also a Microsoft FrontPage window opens at the same time, with gibberish.

When running IE8 without the Add-ons, I don't have the message. I've narrowed it down to the Adobe Flash Player. I had version 10.1.102.64 so I uninstalled it and installed version 10.2.152.14 Beta 2, the latest. No change!

HERE's an example.

Any of you having this problem today?
By the way, I have emptied IE8's cache.

Tried a System Restore to yesterday.

Ran malware scans.

Checked IE8 settings (they were untouched).

Disabled SpywareBlaster.

I'm puzzled!

Thank you
EDIT:

For an unknown reason, everything is back to normal!!!!!!! I haven't done ANYTHING!

One thing I hadn't thought of. I'm using Google Public DNS. Could they have been experiencing any trouble?

I'm not marking the thread as solved yet, just in case...
 

A:Solved: To help protect your security, Internet Explorer blocked this site from downl

Well, I'm marking this one solved. Everything seems back to normal.

I fail to see how disabling Flash was fixing it.

Most of the sites I was visiting didn't even have files to download! So, the warning seemed irrelevant.

Would have liked to have a "logical" explanation but I'll settle on blaming it on Google Public DNS...

EDIT:

Apparently, others have been experiencing a similar problem today:

http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110204085255AAHUkhN

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/293989-xd-proxyphp-popups/

http://www.chess.com/forum/view/help-support/file-download-xdproxyphp?lc=1
 

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I want to know how I can password protect IE7 so that anytime the IE app is called to load, it will ask for a password. Correct password = internet access, incorrect password = no internet access. There are no Windows users setup except for Admin (and I would rather not do that either), so protecting folders etc. with that is not an option.

I have looked extensively for a 3rd party app or add-on, but cannot find anything. Strange, as I would think this would be something that many people/families would like. Just something simple to block IE only. Freeware would be nice, too.

Thanks in advance!

A:How to password protect IE?

Hello

This is very simple and can be done inside IE itself.

Password protect Internet Explorer 7Open up Internet Explorer
Click Tools
Click Internet Options
Click on the tab Content
Underneath 'Content Advisor', Click Enable
Then click on the tab General
Under 'Supervisor Password click Create
Make you password then click Ok.
Then Apply and finally Ok

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It's really important that I backup some information on my harddrive, and so burning some cds is the ideal thing to do.

The main reason that I'm backing up is in case my computer would get stolen. I

'm looking for some basic password-protection or something like that. Nothing complicated, I'm not trying to hide secrets from the government, or something such that would require really heavy encryption. Just something to prevent, the average Joe to stick in my cd and see all the files.
Thanks
 

A:How can I password protect a cd?

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I use a pc at work which has multiple users. My problem is i have certain files in folders that are very personal and i want people from browsing them on the days i am off work, as there is someone on my PC that day.

We have XP Home with SP2 on it

Does anyone know any good programes that can do this well and is user friendly, free perhaps?

A:Password Protect

when you sign in as yourself, put it all in your documents folder...

then, sign in as someone else, and make sure, but they shouldnt be able to see that stuff...

or, you can zip the files with a password.

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I have been looking in the settings for a way to put a password on the internet that doesn't ask me to supply a password at every site. How can I do this.
 

A:Password protect IE

If you are saying , every time you go back to a site you have already set a password & it reasks you , the info below may help .

If it is not that , I can't help .

http://www.annoyances.org/exec/show/article04-004

http://www.windows-help.net/windows98/ie50-08.shtml

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http://www.pcmag.com/article/0,2997,s=1478&a=23587,00.asp

Microsoft Internet Explorer (version 5 or later) has an AutoComplete feature that helps you
fill in Web-based forms. If the feature is enabled, each time you submit data in a form, the
information is encrypted and stored on your local machine. The next time you encounter a form
field with the same internal field name, IE tries to complete that field automatically. As
soon as you type a letter that matches the beginning of any recorded value for that field, IE
displays a list of possible values from which you can choose. To see all saved values, you
press the Down Arrow.

The Internet Options applet in Control Panel lets you turn AutoComplete on and off and clear
all its recorded data. It doesn't, however, let you clear form fields selectively or view the
stored data. This issue's utility, AutoWhat? 2, fills the gap. With AutoWhat? 2, you can view
what's stored for each input field name, delete incorrect values, and preload the system with
additional values.

AutoWhat? was originally released as a PC Magazine Extra utility in November 1999.... Read more

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Hello Friends,
How do I password protect my files and folders in Windows? I would appreciate it if you could help with this problem so I could make full use of my computer.

Thanks,
James
 

A:How do I Protect password

Encryption is the way to protect data from snooping eyes. I use the free TrueCrypt.
 

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I have a PDF File that I created from QuickBooks. It contains sensitive information so I need to protect it to email it. I didn't get the option to set a password when creating, and can't find a way to change it now. Does anyone have a solution for this?
 

A:Password protect PDF?

Not a direct solution, but you could use something like WinZip (fully-functional evaluation copy available) which offers password protection.
 

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Hi, I hope this is in the right section.

I would like to be able to password protect my son from downloading stuff off the Internet or removing something from the computer. I want him to be required to enter a password. Is there any way of doing this? I am using Windows 7 x64 HP computer. Thanks.

A:How to password protect

Greetings and welcome to Seven Fourms. Try these:

This one may be exaclty what you're looking for User Account Control - UAC - Change Notification Settings This will augment that one UAC - Require a Password for Administrator
And a couple of others:
Parental Controls - Allow or Block Specific Programs
Internet Explorer Content Advisor - Allow or Block Unrated Websites

Hopefully they'll help you.

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Would appreciate it if you would tell me how to set up a password protection for IE. Many thanks.

A:How to password protect IE

I am also interested in knowing how to password protect IE. Thanks

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Hi All,

Is there any way i can password protect my folder and files in Windows Xp sp 2. Other then using any third party software.

Thanks !
Biju A K
 

A:Password Protect

bijulight said:

Hi All,

Is there any way i can password protect my folder and files in Windows Xp sp 2. Other then using any third party software.

Thanks !
Biju A KClick to expand...

Only When u have problems Life moves on.......
 

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Using XP Pro I am going to create a new folder on my desktop. I would like to password protect the new folder. Is there anyway to do this? All help appreciated.
 

A:Password protect?

Check this out
 

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Is there a free program that will require a password before the computer will boot to windows?? Thanks
 

A:Password Protect??

you can use tweak ui to do that. website below.

http://www.download.com/Tweak-UI/3000-2341_4-2830963.html?tag=lst-0-1
 

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Right click on the desktop and one of the options you will get is properties. Is there any way to password protect properties?
 

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Is there any way to password protect my outlook express? I want to be able to open it and not be scared that someone here will go through my files... So what i'm wanting to do is make it to where it won't open or it will close if you don't have the correct passowrd.
 

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Is there a way to password protect a folder that I created on my :C drive?

Thank you,

Ron
 

A:Password protect??

Depends on what program you are using to make said file.
 

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How can I encrypt my HDD so that it has a password, I also want to make it as hard as possible to decrypt. What would be the best way to go about doing this?

A:Password Protect HDD

BitLocker Drive Encryption - Internal Data Hard Drives - Turn On or Off

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First of all I'm using iis under WinXP, with active perl installed, and using frontpage to create web pages.

Question:
How can I protect certain pages within the web site with a password? Prompt user to enter password to view contents of protected page(s).

Thank You
 

A:Password Protect.....

In IIS open the properties sheet for the folder or file you want to be secured and go to the Directory Security tab. Under the Anon Access and Authentication click the edit button and check the challenge response check box. If there is a user account and password set up they should be able to access the folder when challenged.
 

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I have a new laptop with Win8 on it and because of where I take it to I would like to protect it with a password in case it gets stolen. How do I set it up so when I turn it on I need to enter a password to allow it to boot up or get into it once it's booted up?
Thanks for your help.
 

A:Password Protect

How to Secure Your Computer With a BIOS or UEFI Password discusses several risks and security measures.
 

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When I got my computer some years back,I remember having to type in a password and my name (I think) to open Windows or to just enter the computer. I was thinking that you could do something to get rid of the sign in box and I did. So when i turn it on it starts up Windows.
Is there a password protection at startup I can install to prevent prying eyes from getting into my computer?
 

A:password protect

There is a BIOS password you can set that will not allow the system to boot up until the password is entered, so it won;t even go into Windows.

You do this by entering the Startup when your system is just starting to boot up. Usually you will see something along the lines of Pres F1 to enter Setup or maybe it'll be Delete, or something else. In the BIOS setup, you will be able to find the Security section that will allow you to enable the password, and set what the password is.

One word of warning though, don;t lose that password!!
 

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Running XP Home. What is the easiest application to limit or deny access to certain folders

A:Protect With Password

Couldn't you use the Administration method to lock them?Other than that, I know that there are alot of FREE programs that will lock your folders for you, and there are some that will simply make them invisible, where no one can see them at all.But I'm guessing that you should be able to do it right now, if you have Administration rights on the computer.

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Hi,

I believe this is my first post here, so I guess I new.

I'm curious to know, if a utility, third party software or anything that would accomplish, prompting for a password before any download takes place (mainly from the Internet) exists? Multiple people use my PC at any given time, and I want to know what goes on here. I don't want someone accessing a game site or something, where they have to install a plug in or what not. I just went through hell with my core duo running like an 8088. Not to say it came from that, I don't know, but if I can rule that out the better. I've seen programs that will password protect files/folder, but I need to prevent downloads, and creating an administrator account seperately, did not seem to work as I thought it was suppose to.

Any help or information would be greatly appreciated,

Thanks

StuCazz :wave:
 

A:Password Protect

Any internet usage means some kind of downloading. When you open a webpage, a bunch of images and text is downloaded. There is no way for any program to tell the difference.

You may want to give the untrusted users very low privileges (down to guest level even) and allow them to use only the safer browsers like Opera or Firefox.


Maybe describe the situation a bit more. What kind of people are these and what are they using the computer for?
 

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i would like to secure my second installed hard drive. how can i block people from accessing it? i'm using winxp. any suggestions? thanx.
 

A:possible to password-protect my second HDD?

XP-Home or XP-Pro? With Pro, all you have to do is only allow your account to access the drive, and other accesses will be blocked.
 

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There is about four people that use my computer in my office and I have a couple of folders with sensitive information that I dont want anyone to see. Is there any software out there that will protect individual folders with passwords.

Thank
 

A:password protect

I use <A HREF="http://www.handybits.com/easycrypto.htm">Handybits EasyCrypto Deluxe </A> which is freeware, and does a perfect job.

Greetz,
 

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Can you password protect directories in vista?

A:Password Protect

Originally Posted by jdmarsh2g


Can you password protect directories in vista?




KDT Password Protect Files - Free software downloads and software reviews - CNET Download.com

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Hi

Can anyone recommend any user-friendly free software that password protects folders in Vista.

Many thanks

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I am looking for a way to secure one specific app on my system more than the rest. A example of what I would like is...

User clicks on Icon, user is asked for a password to acess that app, user supplies password and app launches, or no password/wrong password, no app.

Any Idea how this would work, I know I can set up a seperate login for this, but that is not really the solution I want.

Ideas/opinions ?

A:How do I password protect one application

What's wrong with a separate account? You could rig it so that only AccountX has access to the app executable, and then create a simple shortcut or batch file which does "RUNAS /user:AccountX MyApp.exe". The app will start only if the correct password is supplied.

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Hello:
I'd like to know if there's a way to password protect my IE6? I'm using MS Windows 2003. My internet carrier is Charter Communications (Cable). My daughter and her friend were playing on the internet and hit some adult sites. This has never been a problem in the past, and I don't THINK it will be again (discipline), but would like to just put a password on the internet so that I can monitor her use. Another option is to put a "CyberSitter" type program on there, but don't want to spend a lot on one since I believe I put the fear in her and it won't happen again.
Thanks for any help!!!
 

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I have copied some personal files to a portable HD. I now want to password protect the folders. Is there a way to do this after the fact?

I have Win7 Home Premium. The drive is FAT32.

Thanks

A:Password Protect Folders

Lots of 3rd party tools out there for this job but why would you......?

When its this simple; How to Password Protect Folders in an External Hard Drive | eHow

Hope it helps.

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Is it possible to password protect a Hard drive entirely, independent of OS.

I just came across an ebay auction (3 Seagate disks) and according to the seller 2 of the drives are password protected and he removed password protection for one.

I know that there are applications using which you could password protect a disk.
 

A:Password Protect Harddrive?

Yes. Newer hard drives can be password protected so that you cant use them without the password. I saw a post on another forum where you could buy a service to unlock a passworded hard drive at a cost of about $50.00 per drive and the post said it doesnt work on all units. For that price I would buy a new hard drive.
 

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Does anyone know how I can password protect certain subdirectories in Outlook Express, i.e not "inbox" but "personal". I have message rules for most incoming mail so I would like to password protect the emails that go straight into my personal directory. Is this possible??

Thanks.
 

A:Password Protect Email

Hiya

You can create new identies and password protect them:

From Outlook Express, click the File menu.
Click Identities, and then select Add New Identity.
Enter the name of the additional user (e.g. John Doe).
Optional: If you want to password protect this additional name, check the box labeled "Ask me for a password when I start" and enter the password and click OK

Note: Enter a password that you can remember, otherwise you will not be able to use that Identity or even delete it.

When you click on OK, it will ask you Do you want to switch to <identity> now? where <identity> is the name you chose for additional user (e.g. John Doe).
Click No and choose from the list of Identity names that has priority and click on Make Default. This will be the default Identity Outlook Express will use.
Choose a name for the Start Up Using feature. This will be the Identity Outlook Express will launch with (preferably the one set to default).

Or are you after just the one identity with password protected files?

Regards

eddie
 

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Hi All,

I'm currently in need of a tool or piece of software that will password, or even easier, lock a folder.
At the moment, Domain Admins within our network are able to view pretty much all of the C drive. I am a DA myself.

I'd preferably like to be able to gain access just by opening it (thus authenticating with my account). At the least, i will have to manually enter a password each time.

Can anybody recommend a tool or software that is safe? Opensource is always good...

Thanks!
 

A:Password protect folder

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I'm aware that I might possibly be posting in the wrong forum, but I think I may have hit the mark.

I'm looking for a trick or program that will allow me to password protect or disable public users from turning off the antivirus, changing rules for the firewall, and even block useage of the network printers. The computers in question are all running on Windows XP and are on a large network that allows just any old schmuck to walk in and modify running processes and print off whatever they'd like. The school I am in would also like to prevent the installation of new programs (we have issues with children coming in and installing games or adults downloading illicit software (malware packages included).

Being unfamiliar with the setup of the network, I'm looking for directions in understanding and being able to lock down on these particular actions. What should I know to do these things and how can I do them? I have an intermediate knowledge of XP and computers in general, but as I said, I'm not familiar with the network or networks in general.

Help will be forever appreciated.

A:Looking for a way to password protect applications.

Windows Steady State is an option that's free: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/...ss/default.mspxBeyond that, I'd suggest that you talk with the network administrators for further options.

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Hi everyone,

I'm looking for a way to password protect a folder on a USB device. I just want to password lock the actual folder not encrypt and decrypt all the files within it this takes way to long.

if there's any program or script I can create?

thanks

A:Password Protect Folder USB

Hey, unfortunately because of the nature of USB storage (and the way in which they can be read by many OSes [which you wouldn't be able to script for]) The only secure way to password protect a USB stick is by encrypting the files within or using an encrypted file system.

I've heard good things about TrueCrypt and the time it takes to encrypt/decrypt. It depends entirely on how badly you need to make the files inaccessible.

Cheers,
Jamey

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Hi.

looking for a password manager to protect a folder in my documents,Did some search and came across this one that I found on inserting password protect a folder into the search box top right.

Does any one know anything about this software Please or any other similar method.

Many thanks to all.

PS,Forgot to say if you select the video on this site there will be some girls dancing.I believe its just an advert I hope.
I'm not looking for this for anything down that line,Just want to keep some medical records safe.


Safeplicity - Password protect your important data - files and folders

A:Password protect a folder W10

Originally Posted by dafydd


<snip>,Just want to keep some medical records safe.
Safeplicity - Password protect your important data - files and folders



I don't know how it is in the UK, but medical records in the US are subject to very strict Federal regulations about privacy, aka HIPAA.
It's not something I would want to freelance with, especially with untested and possibly non-compliant 3rd-party software.
There is little/no slack cut for violations and the penalties are substantial.

I would assume there is something similar in the UK?

Unless you are talking about your own personal medical records on your own personal, home computer (and even then), I would research the rules very thoroughly before proceeding.

<just sayin>

MM

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Hi,
I have a D Link DI-524 router for 3 computers in my house. I can't seem to find any info from the company website on how to password protect my network. Also, what encryption should I use so I can safely do my internet banking?

Thanks!

Jess
 

A:How do I password protect my network?

If you look at the manual for the DI-524 there is a wireless section where you can add secruity
WPA would be a preferred type of incryption - but not all the older machines support that so you may need to use WEP

This is the default method - if nothing changed
Connect a PC to the router by cable
Open a web browser - I suggest Internet Explorer as some router do not work well with Firefox etc
Type in the IP Address of the Router (http://192.168.0.1)
Type admin in the User Name field
Leave the Password blank
Click OK

Click on the wireless button - the version of the manual I have only has WEP as a choice - but later firmware will have WPA
the manual is on the D-link website

Also, what encryption should I use so I can safely do my internet banking?Click to expand...

I would make sure you have a upto date virus scanner on the PC and also a malware scanner - malwarebytes http://www.malwarebytes.org/ and superantispware http://www.superantispyware.com/
 

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I have a 1tb harddrive and it contains alot of personal items which i dont want anybody else opening, is there anyway to password protect the Harddrive so that when i click onto it from computer is asks for a password? or is there a way to password protect folders inside? any of these will work

i have windows 7 home premium if that helps?

thanks
 

A:Solved: password protect hdd?

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Is there a way to password protect a folder i.e. your pictures folder.
For windows 7 ofc ^^

A:Hello, is there a way to password protect a folder?

  
Quote: Originally Posted by z1llverdusttt


Is there a way to password protect a folder i.e. your pictures folder.
For windows 7 ofc ^^


I think you can do that with such softwares, TrueCrypt, MyWinlocker...FolderLocker, DirLock...

But you can aswell set to private all the folder in C:\Users\your Name\

Right click the user name you want, then "Share With"=>"Not Sharing"...it will make the all username private.

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Hello,
I need to password protect my files and folders in windows vista... is there a way to do it without using third party softwares...

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Hi, I just purchased an Asus rt-n66u Router. Found Here: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16833320091 I haven't hooked it up yet, as it's a Christmas gift to me from my wife and she don't know it yet...lol...So, I'm not sure if there is any software that comes with it to do such a thing as it's wrapped under the tree...

Basically, I want to hook my 3TB External USB HDD to the Router, so that all our devices can share the media on it, but I want it password protected so if someone else comes in the House, they can't access anything on there and only we are allowed to access it. I'm not sure if the whole drive can be locked or just specific folders on the drive.

If anyone has any suggestions or options that might point me in the right direction, I would greatly appreciate it!

Thanks in advance!!!!

Ohh, I'm running Windows 7 Pro x64, my other devices are all random. Including Mac, Windows XP, Windows 8, Windows 7 Student ed...

A:How do I password protect a USB HDD on my Router?

Since this is an external, the only way to make sure others can't access it is to encrypt the data.

I would say TrueCrypt is the safest easiset free method: TrueCrypt
truecrypt will encrypt the entire drive (this deletes any data already on it) and requires truecrypt installed on the computer and a password to "mount" the drive. You can also create a folder or container of any size instead of encrypting the entire device with this program.


Otherwise for a paid app this looks promising too: Protect Drive by Lockngo Professional
I don't know about use with external drives though. I would assume it is doable.
This will encrypt the entire drive and require a password. It says no installation on the computer is necessary.

As for the router, you can find the manual and firmware for it here: ASUS - Networks- ASUS RT-N66U

so you don't have to resort to this: How to Carefully Open Presents Before Christmas: 9 steps

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Hello ,
I need some help please.
I work for this small company that just moved to a new office and we share a
LAN with another company.
What I need to do is password protect out workgroup so they employees of the
other company can't get into our systems.
We already have created a work group and place all our computers into this
work group, but I don't really know what to do next.
If someone clicks on one of our computers I want them to be presented with a
login screen asking for a user name and password, what do I need to do ?
Thank you
Arijit
 

A:Password protect a workgroup

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