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Richard MacCutchan wrote:
Where would you put these bytes, and how would you replace them when you wanted to see the clear text?
I would put the byte first in the file, causing the upper and lower bytes being swapped in the 16-bit ASCII format. I would do this using Notepad, which operates on 8-bit ASCII and to view it I would use an editor that supports 16-bit ASCII. Does anybody know if RTF-format would be a good choice?
Richard MacCutchan wrote:
But the real question is why do you need to do this? What information are you trying to secure, and why can you not just save it somewhere safe?
I need to create an index to a bunch of files on a server folder that you are not supposed to access directly, you are supposed to go through a web interface. Unfortunately, the web interface is a bit naive and doesn't reflect the truth what's inside the server folder. Most users don't know the path to the server folder and I would like to keep it that way.

You are correct that this is not the best solution, the best solution would be to link the file index into the .exe-file and then, when needed, alter the .exe-file using the rename-exe-file-when-it-is-use-and-create-a-new-with-the-original-name-technique but in case I can't pull that off I would like to have a backup solution.
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