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Tomb is a simple shell script that allows you to encrypt files in Linux. Unlike full disk encryption, Tomb enables you to only include the files and folders that you want to encrypt. Here we show you how to install and use Tomb on Ubuntu.

One of the biggest advantages of Tomb is that it does not require any additional software to install and use. This means that it is possible to use it in an existing system without any internet connection. This can be helpful in situations where you want to quickly encrypt a file in live systems such as Kali Linux.

Tomb heavily relies on programs and utilities that come by default in most popular Linux distributions. For example, Tomb uses both GNU Privacy Guard to handle its encryption and dd to wipe and format its virtual partitions.