Who will benefit from The Diskette Workshop?
Anyone who has valuable data on diskettes. Such data may be
Important drivers and set-up files for the PC.
Important programs used as tools in the daily work.
Daily back-up of small business data.
The small businesses.
Small businesses often uses diskettes as back-up storage for their daily work.
They back-up such files as the customer and account databases.
1) By using TDW’s format EDLAB std command to format their back-up diskettes,
they will save time and be spared from the nuisance of read errors.
2) Valuable diskettes may be correctly saved to the hard disk with the Make Disk
Image command. From here they are easily copied to diskette with the Copy
Image to Floppy command.
3) Poor diskettes may be recovered with the Recover command after
Make Disk Image has been performed.
No training is needed to achieve the above mentioned.
Large businesses, Accountants, Journalists, Attorneys and ......
Many quotations send from larger companies by mail, fax, phone or internet
are intercepted by third party. Corporate espionage is common and uses
expensive, sophisticated and functional methods.
1) EDLAB Secret 19 diskettes allow over 100KB of hidden and ciphered data.
The data cannot be read from the diskette by uninitiated persons.
The diskette is the most secure storage media for data transfer (1 year).
2) Use as stated for small businesses.
3) To Make Disk Image of a Secret Document is described in the help for
Internet Secret Data TRX, found under Format/Protect.
Short training (2 hours) may be needed to realise the true value of diskettes and thus
enhance data security and safety.
Engineers, Technicians, Data Security Consultants and .......
Apart from the above mentioned values some have the need to investigate
Copy Protection Schemes, Spy Sectors and Virus Storage areas.
1) The Verify, Analyse command combined with the Sector Data Area system,
allow the technically minded to thoroughly investigate diskettes.
The CyberSPY(c) Training game makes it enjoyable and easy to dive deep into the
recesses of the diskette.
The number of secret areas is tracks * sides * sectors * sizes plus twins, triplets and
phantoms = 256 * 2 * 256 * 7 = 917504 plus twins, triplets and phantoms.
Admitted. One has to know where the secrets hide to find them in due time.