Security and preventing unauthorised persons from getting access to files and information has been a long-standing fundamental principle in the world of Linux.
Computer theft is a thriving phenomenon (and business) in the world we live in today. So thinking about how to protect your files is a must.
So if you have any sensitive files worth protecting, you can save sensitive files into a directory with a password for safekeeping. Only persons with the password can open and access it.
In the video below I will show how you can add a password to files and directories. ENJOY!!!
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