Old 06-09-2005   #1
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How to protect our own CD's ?

Hello,

One of my friend needs to protect the CD's he burns (for professional needs probably). I remember I once saw a program that could put an old safedisc on an image file but I don't find it anymore and I don't know if there are better programs out now. Can you help me ?

Thanks in advance .
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Re: How to protect our own CD's ?

You can use TZEP2 or other software. But I'm not if I have seen a software the adds old SafeDisc protection - maybe you are talking about bad sector or weak. Depends on what your friend needs..Will he be protecting lots of CDs (replication) or he will be writing the CD using his CD/DVD writter ?
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Re: How to protect our own CD's ?

Thanks for the reply MateuszMiX

Maybe it's not safedisc, but similar protection (I think).
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Will he be protecting lots of CDs (replication) or he will be writing the CD using his CD/DVD writter ?
I don't really know but I think he'll be using his own cd/dvd writer.
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Re: How to protect our own CD's ?

Perhaps try a search in this forum on 'Freelock' and you will find various similar threads on this subject. Hope they will help you out on this matter.
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Perhaps try a search in this forum on 'Freelock' and you will find various similar threads on this subject. Hope they will help you out on this matter.
Freelock is useless for CD protection. Anyone will be able to copy such "protected" CD. He is looking for something that would be looking for protection on CD - so an exe protection soluion + CD protection.

Please try www.tzcopyprotection.tk and search the forum for download link (general discusion) and download TZEP2 and try it out

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Hello,

One of my friend needs to protect the CD's he burns (for professional needs probably). I remember I once saw a program that could put an old safedisc on an image file but I don't find it anymore and I don't know if there are better programs out now. Can you help me ?

Thanks in advance .
the method you discribed is in the programme listed as "CloneAudioProtector v1.1" that disrupts the cd T.O.C and won't allow it to play on a computer, ( or using a c.d /dvd burner -if i am not mistaken,) but if thats not suitable there are lots of other programmes that you can get from ,


http://www.cdmediaworld.com/hardware..._utils_3.shtml

of course someone will ALWAYS find a way to crack any protections,it's just a matter of time

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may be it will better to choose some sort of encrypting method with key to open CD content
do not remeber the programm title right now but it will be pretty reliable and easy way...
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Re: How to protect our own CD's ?

put it on prodisc (bulkpac) nobody can copy there after a week or two

dont think theres any good protection out there as soon as there is someone will make a lot of money may stop the layman from copying
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Re: How to protect our own CD's ?

Thanks for your replies ! Really appreciated ! I'll forward all your answers to my friend !
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Re: How to protect our own CD's ?

Try TrueCrypt
http://www.truecrypt.org/

from the d/l PDF
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TrueCrypt Volume on CD, DVD, and Other Read-Only Media
If you want a TrueCrypt volume to be stored on a CD, DVD, or other read-only media, first create a
file-hosted TrueCrypt container on a hard drive and then burn it onto a CD/DVD using any CD/DVD
burning software (or, under Windows XP, using the built-in system tool). Remember that if you
need to mount a TrueCrypt volume that is stored on a read-only medium (such as a CD/DVD)
under Windows 2000, you must format the TrueCrypt volume as FAT (Windows 2000 cannot
mount NTFS file system on read-only media).
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may be it will better to choose some sort of encrypting method with key to open CD content
do not remeber the programm title right now but it will be pretty reliable and easy way...
I think you where thinking about CryptCD 3.0 or higher !?
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