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I just want to know better ways to protect source code from theft on Windows by Removable Devices like CD,Pendrive.
Here is what I know:
Windows Disk Encryption: Pretty nice to protect from offline attacks but when you copy code from encrypted drive to your pen drive windows automatically stores decrypted copy. ( Well, Is there any way to stop this?.)
Encryption programs like true crypt make encrypted containers to hold sensitive data,but when those are mounted,code is unprotected. ( same for programs like Folder lock )
I read somewhere that we can build filesystem filter driver to prevent data from being copied but developing that is not easy.
We can develop Windows Explorer shell extensions but what if someone copies it by Command Prompt or other copy program.
Imagine that this is the only system we have ( so we cant code on another machine ) & we cant entirely disable usb or cd.