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#!*A5%amp;j9 - How to Encrypt Your File System

Article Source Linux Magazine
July 28, 2009, 8:25 pm

Everyone has either a laptop or a netbook or a desktop that carries, in many cases, some personal information - credit card numbers to buy those important system upgrades, Facebook logins, account numbers, incriminating photos of our high school days, etc. They are all stored on our systems in various forms, including cookies. Never mind that hackers are breaking into systems at an unprecedented rate (OK, most of them are Windows systems) requiring a defensive response from users. All of this has pointed out the need for encrypting our file systems for our protection...
 
 

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