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    Jose commented  · 

    One solution is to work with an encrypted disk, other is to instal a virtual machine, then you have the user password of that virtual machine protecting everything you put there. Finally if you instal a Linux virtual machine you can encrypt the virtual disk at the installation and you have a double layer of security: virtual machine disk encrypted and user password to access your virtual machine user account.
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    Jose