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LXer: How To Install & Use VeraCrypt In Linux An Alternative To TrueCrypt

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VeraCrypt is a free, open source and cross platform data encryption tool. It's an alternative to TrueCrypt(project discontinued), the popular encryption tool for all Operating systems. VeraCrypt is an easy to use tool. In this article I will walk you through the complete process of installing & using VeraCrypt in any Linux distributions such as Debian, Arch, Ubuntu, Linux Mint etc. So let's get started.



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