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Attempting to â€œCopy Protectâ€ a CD and/or DVD is a fruitless endeavor.
As an example the manufactures of Commercial DVD Movies spend millions of dollars to â€œCopy Protectâ€ their Commercial DVD Movies but software products similar SlySoft â€˜AnyDVDâ€™ are able to â€œUnprotectâ€ every â€œCopy Protectedâ€ Commercial DVD Movie that have ever been released.
Also there other software programs similar to â€˜CloneCDâ€™ that easily â€œUnProtectâ€ â€œCopy Protectedâ€ CD/DVD Games which the CD/DVD Game manufactures spend millions to â€œCopy Protectâ€.
Do you really believe that if the Commercial DVD Movies and/or CD/DVD Game manufactures that spend millions are unsuccessful in their â€œCopy Protectionsâ€ efforts that an individual will be successful to â€œCopy Protectâ€ a CD or DVD?
Perhaps you should visit the CDFreaks Copy Protection Forum (http://club.cdfreaks.com/f80) for information on the realm of Copy Protection.
If you really want to â€œProtectâ€ a file on a CD and/or DVD suggest considering using a File Archive program similar to WinRar (http://www.rarlab.com) and â€œPassword Protectâ€ the WinRar Archive File. Although there are WinRar Password â€˜breakerâ€™ software programs but if you use a "Complicated Passwordâ€ which contains a combination of various random Upper/Lower Case Letters, Numbers and Figures it can take months or even years to break a â€œPassword Protectedâ€ WinRar Archive File.