Creating multiple track CD-Extra layout that cannot be read on computer

Steps on how to create a single-session of multiple tracks for
the enhanced CD-R for audio layout, so that it
cannot be detected to make images, one-to-one copy, or rip it.
This method is simple - other than all others I have tried.

Step 1:
Select CD-Extra layout in Nero app.
Add more than one track to the audio section.
Leave the data section blank by default.

Step 2:
Go to ImgBurn app, and extract the CD-R with its CD-Extra layout.

Step 4:
Return to Windows Explorer, and open the *.cue using Windows Notepad.

Step 5:
In Windows Notepad, add the next two lines; that is, append the as many lines
as possible with a dummy data tracks.

The altered cue sheet is demonstrated as below:

CDTEXTFILE “AudioImage02.cdt”
FILE “AudioImage02.img” BINARY
TRACK 01 AUDIO
FLAGS DCP
INDEX 01 00:00:00
TRACK 02 AUDIO
FLAGS DCP
INDEX 00 00:08:41
INDEX 01 00:10:41
TRACK 03 MODE2/2352
INDEX 01 03:00:28
TRACK 04 MODE2/2352
INDEX 01 03:00:28
TRACK 05 MODE2/2352
INDEX 01 03:00:28
TRACK 06 MODE2/2352
INDEX 01 03:00:28
TRACK 07 MODE2/2352
INDEX 01 03:00:28
TRACK 08 MODE2/2352
INDEX 01 03:00:28

Note that they are three tracks: Two audio, for example, and one data track.
Add as many additional dummy data tracks as possible, while keeping the
same index number and elapsed time.

Step 6:
Open ImgBurn app, if it has been installed, select the *.cue image file and
burn it onto a blank CD-R.

While this method is close to being perfect, this should generate more profit.
If anything can be read onto any computer, then it can be ripped or copied onto hard drive,
share it to private network clouds, or reupload it to any public domain site.