Disk and file encryption tools

Encrypting data at rest and in motion, whether at the file level or the disk level, can be a valuable tactic in the fight against hackers. Get advice on how to secure your organization's data disk and file encryption tools and technology.

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  • Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)

    The Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is a symmetric block cipher chosen by the U.S. government to protect classified information. Continue Reading

  • digital certificate

    A digital certificate, also known as a public key certificate, is used to cryptographically link ownership of a public key with the entity that owns it. Continue Reading

  • shadow password file

    A shadow password file, also known as /etc/shadow, is a system file in Linux that stores encrypted user passwords and is accessible only to the root user, preventing unauthorized users or malicious actors from breaking into the system. Continue Reading

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