I want the user of the ebook to enter a password everytime they use the ebook for added security. I only want one password, I also will make the ebook expire every couple of months. Is this possible - the data I am protecting is very, very sensitive. Any help would be appreciated.
A single password is more likely to decrease security than increase it. The reason is if the ebook is shared the single password will work on other machines as well. By using a thousand passwords any two machines sharing the same password has a .01% probability.
Yes I understand that and have used the 1,000 passwords option in other Ebooks. This one is different all users will be employees - there's no real benifit of them each have unique passwords. The data is controlled by our security policy but I want the password to be entered each time the presentation is opened. Say someone borrowed a laptop and the ebook was installed, if under the normal operation once the password was entered the ebook would be unlocked for good, not each time it was used.
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