Happy Monday fellow Linux geeks and Open Source enthusiasts! In this week's newsletter we discuss disk encryption, its uses and types, and its advantages and disadvantages. We also show you how to encrypt a Linux hard drive and the various Linux encryption methods at your disposal.

In addition, we discuss what you need to know to get started ethical hacking.

Finally, we introduce GNU Privacy Guard (GPG) as a great way to keep private files private on Linux.

Hope you enjoy!

Yours in Open Source,

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7.Locks HexConnectionsThis article will introduce GPG as a great way to keep private files private on Linux.

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10.FingerPrint LocksEthical hacking is analyzing a system without permission to try and discover vulnerabilities that hackers can use. Here's what you need to know to get started ethical hacking.

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In this article we discuss disk encryption, its uses and types, and its advantages and disadvantages. We also show you how to encrypt a Linux hard drive and the various Linux encryption methods at your disposal.