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Hide an OS on your hard drive with TrueCrypt

TrueCrypt is a free and open-source program for encrypting data. It's excellent for securing hard drives. It also contains the capability to hide a secret operating system inside another operating system.

By Aug. 7, 2008

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What to do with your USB flash drive: Encrypt it

USB flash drives are easy to lose if you don't keep track of them. We'll show you how to encrypt your USB flash drive so that if it gets lost or stolen, its contents will be safe and sound.

By Jul. 13, 2011

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A new approach to securing USB flash drives

Corsair recently came out with a product that takes an entirely new approach to securing flash drives.

By Sep. 18, 2007

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FileVault 2 easily decrypted, warns Passware

Apple's FileVault 2 whole-disk encryption can be unencrypted within an hour, according to encryption and password-recovery company Passware.

By Feb. 1, 2012

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How to encrypt selected text and entire text files with Notepad++

Using a plug-in for the popular Windows text editor, Notepad++, you can easily encrypt selected text and entire text files.

By Jun. 8, 2012

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Feds tell Web firms to turn over user account passwords

Secret demands mark escalation in Internet surveillance by the federal government through gaining access to user passwords, which are typically stored in encrypted form.

By Jul. 25, 2013

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Passware expands to grab Facebook and Google passwords

Password-scanning technology is gaining ground, but there are ways you can help secure your Mac against it.

By Feb. 20, 2013

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Mac OS X Lion reveals passwords in sleep mode?

Password recovery firm Passware says that Mac passwords can be obtained over Firewire on computers that have enabled automatic login.

By Jul. 27, 2011

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Free Firefox add-ons detect Firesheep snooping

ZScaler's Blacksheep and the Electronic Frontier Foundation's HTTPS Everywhere extensions for Firefox alert you when someone is using Firesheep to capture your sign-in information.

By Nov. 10, 2010

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Note to self: Encrypt data, memorize password

Court rules that prosecutors can't force people to decrypt data that could potentially be used against them.

By Feb. 24, 2012