CTRL+Break Public Function

stinkyman8

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Is there any way to write a public function that will trigger if code execution is ever cancelled by a user.
For security reasons, I would like to program it in so that if the user breaks the code or if there is an error I didn't catch the program automatically brings the user to a "safe" place in the program. I want to do this to avoid potential access to sensitive data.

I've already built in every other security measure I can think of including hiding the data, checking user security when the page is changed or activated, required password changes, etc.

The cntrl+break function is the only thing left.

Thanks to anyone who can help.
 

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