February 18th, 2003, 01:24 AM
will our hdd be 100% SAFE
I am working on a project and in concern to that i came across a good software by the name Clean Slate ,this program makes your HDD 100% secure ,
another one is deep freeze url:: http://www.deepfreezeusa.com/
url :: http://www.fortres.com/products/cleanslate_faq.htm
I read the working which they have mentioned
How does Clean Slate work?
Clean Slate actually prevents the original files from being modified. It stores all the changes in a special area that is hidden and protected from users. When the computer is rebooted or a user logs off, Clean Slate merely erases the cached changes and returns the computer to its original configuration
but i was not satisfied
can any one give me a detailed view of what is happening behing the program and how actually they are protecting the pc
it is urgent
HELP !!!! HELP !!!!!! HELP !!!!!!! SOS
February 19th, 2003, 05:55 AM
hey! man what is the problem , isn't here anyone who can help me .....
come on all the techie people answer the stuff.
February 19th, 2003, 11:14 AM
I'm going to assume that that last post was a joke and your not a pushy idiot who thinks he/she DESERVES free advice. This is not 48 hour tech support - your question will be answered when:
1. Someone finds it interesting (and in the right forum.. this should be in Windows, I'd say).
2. That someone knows the answer.
3. That someone feels like answering (though, given 1 and 2, 3 is USUALLY a given).
Now that that's out of the way:
I don't know. I glanced the site and, frankly, it sounds like an imaging system to me. Our school uses something similar: when the computer boots, the whole disk is imaged from the network. I don't know if that's what this does, but it sounds similar. If that's the case, be prepared for a lot of fudged up disks after a couple of reboots - we have craploads of problems with the system my school uses to do this.
What are you trying to do? Unless someone comes through who happens to know/use Clean Slate you won't get an answer. But if you explain what you WANT to do, then some of the experts in network admin can probably help.
February 19th, 2003, 03:17 PM
i guess they rounded their numbers on full tenīs
February 19th, 2003, 11:13 PM
i always wonder how can they protect some thing from administrator ,
and secondly how can you maintain a log of all the activities that are being carried out in a single session , so that they can be retrived .. .....
February 20th, 2003, 01:43 AM
you cannot protect something from the administrator. but for the logs, you can send them to another machine...
February 20th, 2003, 11:54 AM
only you hirsch would find that funny
February 20th, 2003, 01:42 PM
andy, you are right. it is not funny - at least not if you are the administrator