encfs - encrypted file system About EncFS provides an encrypted filesystem in user-space. It runs without any special permissions and uses the FUSE library and Linux kernel module to provide the filesystem interface. You can find links to source and binary releases below. EncFS is open source software, licensed under the GPL. As with most encrypted filesystems, Encfs is meant to provide security against off-line attacks; ie your notebook or backups fall into the wrong hands, etc.
Create a Complete Virtual Environment for Penetration Testing (PART- 1) Creating a lab for testing is one of the important aspects of becoming a professional pentester (E-Hacker). I was creating a new Virtual Lab to my new System and I thought it would be beneficial if I share the steps here in the community. The tutorial series will have 6 parts that will include setting up multiple virtual boxes for different OS systems connected them using PFsense.(Routing Software). BleachBit - Iceweasel Skip to main content BleachBit Open source system cleaner Help So long, TrueCrypt: 5 alternative encryption tools that can lock down your data. Open-source legend TrueCrypt may be gone, but the usefulness of full disk encryption carries on. So what's a crypto fan to do now for their encryption needs? Well, you could continue to use older versions of TrueCrypt if you already have it installed. While the security community was shocked earlier this week when the anonymous team behind the open source encryption tool seemingly shut down the project, leaving a neutered version 7.2 build of the tool that's only good for decrypting existing TrueCrypt volumes, a public audit of the TrueCrypt source code for version 7.1 was already underway and that effort will continue, according to the Open Crypto Audit Project. The first phase of the TrueCrypt audit found no serious problems with the Windows build of TrueCrypt.
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Standard diagnostic - Firefox - MozillaZine Knowledge Base - Iceweasel From MozillaZine Knowledge Base This article provides a more or less complete set of steps to identify and correct most known causes of Firefox no longer working properly. The solutions offered will preserve your user profile data (bookmarks, passwords, history, preference settings, etc.) as far as possible. You should first search the Knowledge Base and check the links given at the end of this article for a solution to your specific problem. If you find one, this will take less time than working or even reading through all the diagnostic steps presented here. The advantage of using this standard diagnostic is that the order of the steps helps narrow down where the problem is.
TrueCrypt Alternative - Replace Truecrypt with Safeguard Encryption. TrueCrypt was popular disk encryption software used by journalists and many others to share information securely, without fear of prying eyes. Somewhat mysteriously, TrueCrypt announced that the software was no longer secure, and advised users to look elsewhere to secure their data. So what can you do now? Do-It-Yourself Guide to Infographics I know what you’re thinking… another Infographic? Wait… I know I’ve been on a roll lately publishing every marketing infographic I can find on the Internet, but this one’s really great. If you’re wondering why there’s been explosive growth in Infographics, the folks at Voltier Creative have made… you got it… an Infographic explaining just that! We develop infographics for our clients and think this is a perfect explanation!