In the August 07, 2011 newsletter, I published a Plus Edition article entitled, (+) Protect Your Secrets with Encryption. I described methods of keeping your secrets just that: secret. That article is still available to Plus Edition subscribers at http://eogn.com/wp/?p=17136
Today, I was pleased to see an article in SlashDot that agrees and further states that full disk encryption is almost impossible for law enforcement officials to crack (decrypt). I assume if law enforcement officials cannot break into your computer, neither can anyone else.
If you have an interest in keeping your data secure, you might want to read the brief SlashDot article at http://goo.gl/cqOSk as well as the articles referenced in that brief story.
By the way, the Macintosh laptop I am using at this moment as I wait for a plane at the Fort Lauderdale airport uses full disk encryption, as described in the article at http://eogn.com/wp/?p=17136
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