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  • How to Turn off BitLocker To Go Encryption

    If you decide you no longer want or require encryption on your removable media, you can disable BitLocker To Go. Learn how to reverse encryption and return your data to its original state.
    By C. Taylor December 22, 2014 

  • How to Strengthen BitLocker Encryption to 256-Bit

    If you are highly concerned about security, you might be pleased to discover that Microsoft gives you the option of enabling 256-bit AES encryption, which increases the number of possible key combinations from 2128 to 2256. Learn how to change encryption...
    By C. Taylor December 10, 2014 

  • How to Set up Auto-Unlock on a USB Drive Encrypted by BitLocker To Go

    Windows 8 BitLocker To Go applies the same AES encryption to USB flash drives that is available through BitLocker Drive Encryption for local drives. This portable version helps protect your data in transit between other Windows computers so you don't...
    By C. Taylor December 8, 2014 


  • Encrypting Any File for Free With 7-Zip

    Find out how to encrypt any file for free with 7-Zip. Read this tutorial.
    By C. Taylor November 24, 2014 

  • Creating Encrypted Container Files With TrueCrypt 7.1a

    TrueCrypt is safe to use, and should be considered by anyone looking for trustworthy open-source software.
    By C. Taylor November 13, 2014 

  • How to Change Your BitLocker Password

    Although you probably won't need to do so very often, knowing how to go about selecting a new password for your BitLocker account is imperative if you feel it may have been compromised. These straightforward steps will walk you through the process...
    By C. Taylor November 13, 2014 


  • Using BitLocker To Go to Encrypt a USB Drive

    You would never want your USB drive to be accessed by strangers. Here's how to encrypt your flash drive using BitLocker To Go.
    By C. Taylor November 10, 2014 

  • How to Secure Files and Folders with Folder Lock

    Folder Lock fills a gap in Windows operating systems: Password protecting objects such as files, folders and drives for example. On top of that is Folder Lock a viable alternative to Windows built-in EFS File encryption. Here’s all you want...
    By Mark Muller October 11, 2012 

  • Amazon's Silk Browser Architecture and Security

    Amazon's Kindle Fire set the media alight with security and privacy concerns when it was announced. Much of the initial attention was focused on whether the Silk browser was performing a man-in-the-middle attack on its users. Amazon responded, but...
    By Chris Hoffman October 24, 2011 

  • All You Want to Know About Encryption

    Encryption is a key process in network security, and very often indispensable when transmitting sensitive data. A good knowledge of encryption practices is part of keeping a home network safe.
    By N Nayab September 30, 2011 
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