October 12, 2014, 09:12:43 am
Of course it still does rely on good faith between the client and yourself.
For example: if you created an LS4 of a project to give to client, they could be in their rights to ask for the password/file blocker, depending on terms of service contract. They could pass that 'file blocker' on to someone else, deliberately, or by accident.
So if it relies on good faith, is a file blocker going to be of use?
I can see that it would prevent those who have no right to see the makeup of the LS4 so long as they do not get hold of the password, and the encryption method is strong enough to prevent being deciphered.