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Encrypted Flash Drives In Linux

Article Source Bright Hub
May 23, 2009, 2:38 am
Security is a major concern with flash drives - small and easy to lose, they can be the cause of serious headaches. However, there are several free, open source solutions out there for encrypting your USB flash drive to protect your information. It's pretty easy to lose a flash drive: most of us have done that once or twice in our lives...
 

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