I installed PGP 9.12 on my Windows 7 pc and coincidentally Internet Explorer started crashing constantly. Uninstalled PGP and IE is now fine. I don't think I'll be trying it again anytime soon.
But still not for Linux. I feel discriminated against.msr said:
Truecrypt. It's free and seems quite good. You can encrypt your entire disk so you need a password to boot the machine. You can create files that behave like encrypted disks so you have to enter a password to mount the disk and make its contents available.[Thread awakening warning]
The links are still on Armynet but I can't seem to get this to work - PGP is now part of Symantec so I don't know if the licence is still valid. Is there any other decent free encryption software for IT dullards like me?
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