How to protect my interbase file

it seem that the interbase file cannot  be set protection. Anyone can open it if he get the file and re-install interbase,and access with SYSDBA user.
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There is an option in the Interbase Server Manager Tool to change the accout profile (including password).
This option is "User Security" on Task Menu.
Just look for SYSDBA User and change the password. This password remains in the database.


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walkdanAuthor Commented:
I means I have set protection to gdb file, but if I copy the gdb file to another windows system, and re_install interbase and I can also open this file.
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