Protecting files at home using encrypted containers

Friday, 7 October 2005, 11:57 AM EST

Chances are you have some type of information on your desktop or laptop computer that someone else wants--for the wrong reasons. For the most part, your information is relatively safe in your home. However, if someone was to break into your house and steal a computer, what would he or she walk away with? Medical information? Bank account information? Tax records? With the loss of any of these to the wrong person, you could be facing years of trying to get your life straightened out due to identity theft.

By Paul Ritchey at Linux Journal.

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