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With the many cloud storage providers that there now exist, would it be possible to add a layer of encryption before the files are saved? It would be possible to make an encrypted partition in a ...
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How to protect Ruby on Rails code on external server?

I have to deploy a Ruby on Rails Applications on a client's server and I do not want them to be able to view or modify the source code. How would you protect the code technically? I thought about ...
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My work requires my laptop hard drive (running Linux) to be encrypted and from what I can tell TrueCrypt and LUKS seem to be the two major contenders out there. In a "normal" system, if the system ...
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I'd like to decrypt some EFS-encrypted files, but I do not know how to do that without altering the timestamp. When encrypting/decrypting files, the modified-time is set to the current time. I'd like ...
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I'm dealing with some data that's governed by specific regulations and that must be handled in a specific manner. I'm finding that this data ends up in some of my log files as a result of the system ...
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Storing files encrypted and sharing them over NFS or other

I have a tricky question for you, well at least seems tricky to me. Here is the setup. I have a linux file server and another linux server. I am looking to use the disk space from the filer server ...