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I will re-upload them in RAR format with a password so they don’t even know what’s inside the RAR file 🙂 Files.au ,.cr, .pd and .cfh have not tried, but they are also quite suitable for storing information contained in a raster format.
By the way, did anyone ever think of writing passwords for these archives? Otherwise, for some reason, I wonâ€™t be able to save them in a TAR archive 🙂
Update: a kind person writes: “I understand that not everything is from scratch, but I decided for myself: all archives should be encrypted. Many people turn to me because I am confident that I have already done this. It’s not worth the risk.”
So, I really already did what the person writes about!:) And I did it not once, but several times 🙂 But here’s what’s interesting: all these files that were copied into one archive and which I uploaded once to the Tar-archive turned out to be encrypted. Those. this archive is not present in the catalog at all. Today I wrote about this on the forum and asked the question: “Do you have such an archive to which a password would not be sewn?” I have just such an archive. It runs and is archived under the name “VMware Virtual Machine”. And then I attached a password to it. For this I used the command line. Previously, I wrote down this password on a piece of paper (which was also inserted into the TOP file). I publish a link to this document under the cut so that everyone can see it. Thus, the password becomes known only if I am left without an archive. I can give it to someone who knows the password of the archive and get access to the information stored in it 🙂 Therefore, I decided that only a very small part of the files should be available in this archive.