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Posted by: Ibinyamakuru
Posted on: Apr 27th, 2005, 6:18pm
I was using the CDFE-lite version and want to buy the CDFE PRO, but I want to be sure of one question: can I protect the autorun CD I make from burning buy users?
Posted by: D E
Posted on: May 9th, 2005, 9:17am
The only thing I am aware of is that you can pass word protect it but thats about it.
Posted by: Support Staff
Posted on: May 10th, 2005, 6:25am
You can password protect the CD with a single password, or with automatic multiple password for different users (the CD remains the same and can be mass replicated, just the match username/email + pass changes). Without the proper password, the CD can be replicated but can not be seen.
You can apply different passwords to different groups of pages. You can forbid print and clipboard copy.
As for replicating the CD, I think it is better to make clear that it is not possible to protect a CD against replication - the Compact Disk was expressly designed to be replicated, mass-replicated.
Some computer games uses a particular protection technique that implies a custom glass-master for the CD (you can deal this with your CD firm). The CD is physically different from normal CDs and can be distinguished by a normal CDR. This protection costs and requires a custom software.
Unfortunately the games that uses this tecnique are pirated just like the other ones. The password protection provided by CDFrontEnd is the most realistic but affordable protection that can be provided.