|I want to know by using TrueCrypt, can you easily encrypt the hex editing, the TOC, and image snapshot of the audio CD only?|
The only problem is that I need to have a password just to encrypt the image and the TOC. I have just understood it entirely.
Would I try the following:
1. Make an image snapshot of the audio files.
2. Save the image snapshot as an .iso
3. View the image snapshot and save it as a hex editing filename.
4. Encrypt the .iso by using TrueCrypt
5. Encrypt the hex editing file by using TrueCrypt also.
6. Finally burn the encrypted images by using Nero or other burning software.
Then after testing the CD, would it then be prevented from being copied, and still be playable on all portable CD players, whereas on all computers, prevent all audio files from being copied on all accounts by having the entire UDF or bridge ISO entirely encrypted?
Would this be the only probable way to protect an audio CD?
I would need some answers soon.
Don't hesitate to reply at any time.