You can also burn secured data disc with encrypted file names. The encrypted file names are hidden from users, unless they enter the correct password. You can choose to secure all or only some of the files on a data disc.
- In the new task window, click the Data Disc option and then select the type of disc (CD, DVD, Blu-ray Disc) you want to create. The Data Disc window opens.
- Click the button.
- Select the level of security for the disc: Secured (128-bit) or Highly secured (256-bit).
- Enter a password for your secured data disc. Re-enter the password again in the Confirm password field and, if required, include a Password reminder, which can assist you if you ever forget it.
- Select the Hide the file names on a secured disc checkbox if you want to encrypt the file names on the disc.
- Click OK. Note that the disc content area is split into two sections.
- Use the search pane (see Using the Search Pane for more information) to find to the files you want to include on your disc. Select the files or folders you want to burn and then drag and drop them to either the secured data area (indicated in pink) or the regular non-secured data area (indicated in blue).
- Once you have added all of the content that you want to burn, click the Burn now button.
- If required, adjust the settings on the Data, Common, or Burner tabs (see the related sections in Configuring Burning Settings for more information.)
- Click Burn when you are ready to burn your disc.
- When the burning is complete, select one of the following options in the window box that opens:
- When you insert a secured data disc into the disc drive, the CyberLink Secure Browser prompts you for a password.
Note: if the CyberLink Secure Browser does not automatically launch when you insert a secured data disc, try navigating to the disc in Windows Explorer and then double-click on the disc in the drive to launch it manually.
- In the CyberLink Secure Browser, you can perform the following functions: