Anyone can easily just erase you entire hard drive. Adding a BIOS password won't thwart the persistent. You can burn files to non re-recordable CD/DVDs but that won't help if the disk is destroyed. You can make it difficult to do but not impossible.
Hello CNET Community,
Recently I had installed a folder security item called TrueCrypt. Basically what it does is it creates a encrypted hidden volume with a password link to a file you create. Problem: Anyone who logs on to your Windows account can delete it password or no password. What I want to know is how do I make the file "undeleteable" so that anyone can't just go and delete it. I don't want to restrict permissons on the file or make it hidden. I was thinking I could somehow put it into constant use so the windows error shows up saying the file is in use and can't be deleted.What I don't want is a hidden or restricted permissions file. Any thoughts on the matter would be appreciated.