Create a .dmg that requires a password to open. Dont think you cxan do it on actual folders but i could be wrong. Would be interesting to find out.iEugene said:Hey everyone, is there anyway to lock a folder tha requires a password (or the master password) to open it?
Well, working off that concept, chowning to root:wheel should allow for a password to be asked when it is opened.mufflon said:well yu could also chmod the map using chmod 000 in the terminal (none allowed to read / write), but there won't be any cleckup on password if you just doubli click the map - you just won't be able to read / open it
I am not using this to thwart the CIA.yellow said:?
FYI: There's no much security here... just the lock bit on/off?
The safest way, without a doubt, is to create an encrypted disk image with Disk Utility.
But.. but.. all it does is mean that file/folder X can't be renamed or trashed.slackersonly said:I am not using this to thwart the CIA.
Just an extra level of security for when I am away from my desk.
Equally worthless..quigleybc said:
Haha. Nice come back.keysersoze said: