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GPG Command Linux: Examples To Encrypt And Decrypt File In Linux

GPG is an encryption and a signing tool for Linux/Unix-like operating system. Using GPG, you can encrypt and decrypt files with a password. Basically GPG uses a pair of keys such as public key and private key. Data encrypted with one key can only be decrypted with the other. You can use GPG to provide digital encryption and signing services […]

June 12, 2011 | By
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How to Encrypt/Decrypt and Signing using GPG Command in Linux

There is no absolute security on the internet or through a network. Because our equipment are regularly connected on the internet and there is some communication, we need to protect the criticals information we exchange. Encryption will be a welcome safeguard for whenever you, your family, or business partners need to communicate sensitive information from […]

May 9, 2011 | By
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Example : How To Encrypt / Decrypt A File In Linux

If you are really concerned about the privacy and confidentiality of your files, encrypting files can help you. File encryption in Linux can be done in many ways, such as, using keys and software. GPG( Gnu Privacy Guard) by GNU is an encryption software provided free of charge. Here,we are trying to encrypt a file named “test”. GPG […]

April 30, 2011 | By
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How To Enable Log For Ssh Login In Linux

To access the particular system on a network or to operate required device or to execute the commands through a remote system, we use several protocols like rlogin, rsh, rcp, rdist and ssh. Among those programmes, Secure Shell (SSH) protocol is the best for secure communications over insecure channels. SSH provides strong authentication for communication. […]

April 24, 2011 | By
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