I have been reading up on privacy, computer- and information security and free software for quite a while now. These topics are very broad and can’t be summed up in just one post, so I’m going to write about eight steps that I think will increase your security and privacy while you are doing your
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I stumbled over yet another tutorial on how to encrypt files on GNU/Linux. And this is a good one, and easy to understand, so I thought I should share it here. It’s about how you can encrypt single files and multiple files (by compressing and encrypting them) using the command line. The article is named
In this post I will show you how to use symmetric encryption to encrypt a file from the command line with a single password. I’ll keep it short and simple. I’ll use something called GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG). This guide is for GNU/Linux users in mind, just so you know.
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