Five easy-to-use Linux encryption tools

Five easy-to-use Linux encryption tools

Summary: Even a timid Linux user can handle encryption with the help of the right tool. Here are some good, user-friendly options.


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  • CryptKeeper works with Classic GNOME, Gnome 3, KDE, and XFCE.

  • LibreOffice doesn't actually contain true encryption, but it does allow you to digitally sign your documents and password protect them.

  • If you work with a lot of sensitive documents, I  recommend you take advantage of LibreOffice's security features. They offer one of the easiest ways to protect documents created in the LibreOffice suite.

Topics: Software, CXO, Linux, Open Source, Operating Systems

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