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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Feb 2004
    Northern NJ

    Question on laptops and traveling..

    I was thinking of getting a second hard drive for my laptop to plug in when I travel. This would be for basic operations only like checking email and the like. It's mostly a security measure to make sure that no one takes any data history, or restores long deleted files and passwords from the main hard drive.

    Here's my question. If you don't tell Windows to remember passwords and type it all in manually each time, what happens to that information that is sent, but not remembered? Someone can not reget that sent, but not saved information if the laptop is stolen, can they? Hope I'm explaining that right..

    Trying to be as safe here as I can .

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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    you could install an encrypted space on your harddrive, using .

    Install Firefox in the encrypted space, and keep private data there, too. (or in a second encrypted space)

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