Tagged: Encryption

No More Secrets - Recreate Famous Data Decryption Effect Seen On Sneakers Movie

No More Secrets – Recreate Famous Data Decryption Effect Seen On Sneakers Movie

A while ago, we published a guide that described how to turn your Ubuntu Linux console into a veritable Hollywood technical melodrama hacker interface using Hollywood utility which is written by Dustin Kirkland from Canonical....

Toplip - A Very Strong File Encryption And Decryption CLI Utility

Toplip – A Very Strong File Encryption And Decryption CLI Utility

There are plenty of file encryption tools available on the market to protect your files. We have already reviewed some encryption tools such as Cryptomater, Cryptkeeper, CryptGo, Cryptr, Tomb, and GnuPG etc. Today, we will be...

Cryptomator

Cryptomator – An Open Source Client-side Encryption Tool For Your Cloud

Cryptomator is a free, open source, lightweight and multi-platform client-side encryption tool for your Cloud data. It uses Advanced Encryption Standard(AES) method to encrypt your data. And, Your passphrase is protected against brute-force attacks using scrypt, a password-based key derivation...

A Collection Of Useful BASH Scripts

A Collection Of Useful BASH Scripts For Heavy Commandline Users

Today, I have stumbled upon a collection of useful BASH scripts for heavy commandline users. These scripts, known as Bash-Snippets, might be quite helpful for those who live in Terminal all day. Want to check...

Encrypt And Password Protect Your Files

CryptoGo – An Easy Way To Encrypt And Password Protect Your Files

There are plethora of tools available to encrypt and password protect your data. CryptoGo is one such tool. It is a simple file encrypter for your day-to-day needs. Using CryptoGo, you can easily encrypt and...