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Why and How to Encrypt Your Files on macOS

Encrypting files might seem like something that only spies and adulterers would benefit from, but it’s something that all of us should be doing.... This story continues at Make Tech Easier The post Why and How to Encrypt Your Files on macOS appeared first on Make Tech Easier.
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