I've noticed on the Tiny25/45/85 that if you enable the lock bits that it locks the EEProm as well. Is there anyway to protect the flash contents while still allowing the EEProm to be modified by the program?
This is a serious problem as I don't want my flash contents to be read by 3rd partys, but I need access to the EEProm to store some programming options.
If either of the lock bits are set my program is not able to store new EEProm values!
EDIT: I've only had this problem on the Tiny45, I've never tried used a 25 or 85.