Creating a folder (directory), password-protected using Java

Asked byemiliana

Actually the question in the header is very clearly stated.
It is necessary to create (once, then read and write to it) a password-protected folder. How exactly can Java do this?
The known platform on which the application will run: Windows XP sp 2.

P.S. Google somehow could not intelligibly answer, or I asked him wrong = (

Comments:
What does password protected mean? Permissions NTFS, or what? - m

Answers

lucian
Look in the direction of encryption and system utilities. Accordingly, the Java Crypto API if you want control, or if the professional edition will be used, you can use Cipher
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