A good site to upload my porn collection to so its off my hard drive?

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  1. Slamdunk_dude

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    Hey guys,

    Over the years I have accumulated a good amount of porn, pictures and videos, and rather than have to part with it I am looking for a site where I can upload my pics and vids so that they free up space on my hard drive.

    I'm looking for something reliable like photobucket that doesnt object to pornogrphic material, I considered photobucket but then had visions of them deleting all my stuff!

    I don't like fapomatic very much, does anyone have any other suggestions?

    Thanks!

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    Why don't you purchase an external HD and store your collection there? They're fairly inexpensive and faster to use than uploading everything to a site that may or may not agree to the reasons you are using their HD space for.... Just a thought.
     
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    Hey Hatched69,

    That was something else I was considering, however, is it possible to password protect an external hard drive? The last thing I want is my mom, dad or little sister picking it up to use it and getting the shock of their lives!

    Thanks,
     
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    Some drives will allow that with 3rd party software, but usually I find a locked fireproof safe satisfactory for such needs. You don't need a physically large safe for that purpose, either. I have my music, videos, studio work, digital pictures and important documents loaded onto 2 separate external HD's (I keep the really important stuff OFF of my internal HD's for obvious reasons) and then store the 2 HD's in separate locations, with one being at my house and another off-premises which I update/sync on a monthly basis. Yes, it's anal-retentive, but I've been burned once by a "crashed computer". Just my humble thoughts, not that of staff and management...:cool: :rolleyes:
     
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    If you are running Windows NT4, 2000, XP or anything newer, the answer is definately yes.

    You need to go into the security tab for the external hard drive and remove all other users access to the drive except yourself. When they try to access it they'll get an access denied message. I need to remind you that this restriction can be undone if they have the technical skills. I wouldn't worry about it unless your mom, dad, or sister work in the tech field. =)

    If your computer have the space for an internal hard drive, buy one and install it inside the computer instead. The reason is that it's harder to take that hard drive and install it in a diff computer where they have full administrative access to undo your security lockout. It's also cheaper too.
     
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