The process of encrypting individual files on a storage medium and permitting access to the encrypted data only after proper authentication is provided.

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Undelete-secure AES software and software for carrying out “full undeletion” free-partition-space zeroing/reformatting on Windows?

It is fairly well known that on Windows, when you delete a file (or folder which may contain any number of files and subfolders possibly containing other files and subfolders and so on), Windows just ...
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Linux Plausibly Deniable File System

Is there any way to encrypt a linux filesystem in such a way to maintain plausible deniability? E.g. "Hidden OS support," the way Truecrypt and Veracrypt work, they only support Windows OS due to low ...
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Offering a privacy scenario with PHP mcrypt library

first of all, sorry if my question is not clear, because English is not my first language. Anyway, let-me explain the concept I'm struggling to solve as the best solution. I have some guys, and they ...
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Hiding symmetric key inside encrypted data

My server generates an AES encrypted file which when downloaded acts as an input for an application. So, should I hardcode the symmetric key inside the application or should I randomly generate the ...
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Has Stackfield been security audited and is the metadata safe?

It appears that Stackfield is one of the only functioning applications that combines end to end encryption, messaging services and file sharing. Peerio has just been launched (literally a day or two ...
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Clear EFS Cache at Set Interval

My boss wants to set up encrypted file shares using EFS on Windows Server 2012 R2 Boxes accessed by Windows 8.1 clients. I've been able to set the default DRA, issue certificates in test cases and so ...
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Is it possible to encrypt Word Docs with something other than default?

AES 128-bit advanced encryption is fairly simple to break and was wondering if there was any way to use a more secure one? And if so - any suggestions?
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Where to save digital content and prevent sharing?

I've been inspired by the answer to the question here: Location to store an encryption key It gave me a lot to think about. My friend and I are building a website and we've encountered a problem in ...
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Brute-Force/Dictionary attack against encypted file using PBKDF2 key derivation

I have been following this very useful post by Thomas. My use case is slightly different. I am developing a mobile application which requires some sensitive data to be stored on the device in a SQLite ...