heller at deepsoft.com
Sun Jan 4 08:04:11 EST 2009
At Sun, 4 Jan 2009 16:58:52 +0800 "Rafferty Uy" <rafferty.uy at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm just wondering if GnuCash now has a password protect feature, and if so,
> *(I did make a some searches and found reasons why it will not be
> implemented... but the threads I found was many years back, maybe there's a
> solution now)*
> If it still does not have a password protect feature, may I ask how you
> protect your data? I'm a simple home user with a windows log-in account used
> by the entire family... so I can't rely on any windows log-in method to
> secure my data.
You really should *NOT* use a single log-in account used by the entire
family, since this really defeats the whole point of having logins at
all. You really should have separate logins for each family member.
Having separate logins is the first step to securing your (financial)
> Rafferty D. Uy
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