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How To Encrypt Cloud Storage Files & Folders In Linux

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Most of us use cloud storage like, Dropbox, Gdrive, Copy etc. to be able to use our synced files anytime, anywhere and from our any devices. But no one feels safe putting up their sensitive data over there. As recenthacks shows that how safe our data is. In 2014 many celebrities photos were hacked from cloud storages and posted on social networking sites. So why not encrypt data before upload it on cloud storage to increase security.
 

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Linux Kernel 3.19.2 Stable Released With Updated Drivers And More, Install In Ubuntu/Linux Mint

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Linux Kernel 3.19.2 Stable Released install in ubuntu/linux mint

Greg Kroah-Hartman released Linux Kernel 3.19.2 with various changes and improvements. Greg Kroah-Hartman suggests all Linux Kernel 3.19 users to update to 3.19.2. The release having several updated drivers, and a list of changes and improvements can be foundhere. You can follow the tutorial to install/update to 3.19.2.
 

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Here’s how you turn a USB charger into a little Linux machine

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Remember Chris Robinson over at NODE? He was the guy who built the handheld Raspberry Pi-powered Linux terminal we wrote about back in January. Now he’s back with an even smaller Linux project for you to make – one built into the body of a USB charger.

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How To Install Tor Browser 4.0.4 In Linux To Surf Anonymously

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How To Install Tor Browser 4.0.4 In Linux To Surf Anonymously

Are you worried for the information that you're sharing with the Agencies like, National Security Agency (NSA) and more? You want privacy and security! Here it comes Tor Browser that will fit into your needs. Tor is free, open network browser based on Mozilla Firefox that serves the purpose of beinganonymous and secure. 
 

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