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NT bootup protection

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Anyone have any idea how to write NT bootup protection program.eg Safeguard? Any workable sample source code? Thank you.
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Well, what exactly is this program supposed to do?
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NTFS can be easily hack with NTFSDos. This program is supposed to prevent people from intercepting the NT Bootup. Something like HDD encryption. I want to prevent people from accessing the data on HDD on NT Server.
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You can refer to GINA sample in Win32 SDK it can be found also in MSDN Library.
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