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Issue 31: Encryption – Protect All Your Data

Encrypt all the things! The future of personal and professional privacy may be dire, but at least you're on the correct platform, right? And that's because Linux gives you all the tools you need to set up your last line of defense against hackers, industrial spies, and overzealous government agents.

Table of Contents


Future Tense

Ubuntu 16.10 "Yakkety Yak" 32 and 64 bit

On the DVD

Learn how to encrypt your data and keep it private

Encryption is Easy

Using EncFS with graphical front ends

Hide and Seek

Using SiriKali to encrypt data via the GUI

Friendly Face

The multifaceted encryption tool zuluCrypt


Search with Google in the terminal

Terminal Search

Practical Package Administration under Debian


Use OpenStreetMap to create your own Garmin device

Do it Your Way

Composing Office documents without Office

Simple Complexity

Check data pools for changes or manipulation

Bean Counting

lsof finds, shows, and searches data streams

Open Doors

Create searchable PDFs and optimize their use

Forest of Pages


Krita 3.0 turns into a 2D animation tool


Test driving Vivaldi, the alternative web browser

Value Added

Feast your eyes on Ultimate Edition Linux

The Linux Ultimatum

Ditch Skype for your audio, video and text chats

Phoning It In

Installing Ubuntu 16.10

Installation Party

NetworkManager and system updates

Active Traffic


Software management in Ubuntu 16.04

Today's Specials


Multimedia components and proprietary programs

That's Entertainment

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