Kodak security CD-R

Wednesday, 7 December 2005, 4:02 PM EST

Whenever the disc is inserted, the Security CD-R software starts automatically. It's then a case of dragging and dropping files (and setting a password) to secure them, or going through the reverse process to move files back to the PC.

At Computer Act!ve.

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