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How to Encrypt Files and Folders in Ubuntu

Encryption is something everyone should take seriously on any platform. You might think you’re more secure on Linux than you are on Windows, or even macOS. But is Linux really as secure as you think? We’ve talked about protecting files and folders on macOS and protecting folders on Windows. You can also protect your information on Linux by encrypting your files and folders.
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