Locking up Linux: Creating a Cryptobook

By | August 18, 2006

Cryptographic storage solutions are an essential part of securing confidential information from exposure to the wrong individuals. Crypto systems are designed to safeguard intellectual property, trade secrets or personal information. They can take on many forms, offer varying levels of functionality, and contain any number of features to suit a variety of operating circumstances and environments.

The cryptographic methods, algorithms and implementations available today are more plentiful and better designed than their predecessors. Best of all, the number of workable open source solutions available in the market means that there is plenty of opportunity to provide the proverbial “ounce of protection” without having to spend much money at all.Read Full Story

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