About Security and Securing Files in Microsoft Office
If you found this article, prepare yourself for bad news.
- While you can password-protect files from being changed, there are hacks
and cracks available for free and for a price.
- While you can password-protect files from being opened or viewed, there
are hacks and cracks available for free and for a price.
- The sad truth is that there is very little keeping someone who really
wants to get into your file from doing so.
- The average user does not know how to hack, crack, or otherwise unprotect
a Microsoft Office file.
- If you absolutely cannot allow someone to change, copy, or otherwise
manipulate your file, don't send it to them electronically.
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