Encrypting Your Laptop Like You Mean It

Computers have become an extension of our lives and private information continually piles up on our hard disks. Your computer probably contains work documents, photos and videos, password databases, web browser histories, and other scattered bits of information that doesn’t belong to anyone but you. Everyone should be running full-disk encryption on their laptops. If you want to encrypt your hard disk, you should know the basics of what disk encryption protects, what it doesn’t protect, and how to avoid common mistakes.


Originally published at laptopfacts.net.

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