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Privacy Tools

The emphasis is on privacy this month, from security tools to encryption to systems that isolate you from the rest of the digital world.

  • Privacy Tools: Three tools to keep your data safe from wandering eyes.
  • Ubuntu Privacy Remix: UPR isolates you from the outside world.
  • Encrypting Block Devices: Encrypting a block device protects all the files you put on it.
  • PHP XHP Extension: Use HTML and XML tags in PHP to clean up your code.
  • Web Cryptography API


On the DVD: ArtistX 1.5 + Arch Linux 2013.10.01

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The emphasis is on privacy this month, from security tools to encryption to systems that isolate you from the rest of the digital world.

Cover Stories:

  • Privacy Tools: Three tools to keep your data safe from wandering eyes.
  • Ubuntu Privacy Remix: UPR isolates you from the outside world.
  • Encrypting Block Devices: Encrypting a block device protects all the files you put on it.
  • PHP XHP Extension: Use HTML and XML tags in PHP to clean up your code.
  • Web Cryptography API: The controversial HTML5 Web Crypto API will let browsers encrypt and decrypt application data, opening the door to online DRM.

Also in this issue:

  • Table of Contents
  • Comment: Freedom and Space
  • On the DVD: ArtistX 1.5 & Arch Linux 2013.10.01
  • DVD Inlay
  • News
  • Volatility 2.3: This memory dump analyzer and forensic tool helps track down system problems.
  • Parted Magic: Reconstruct your data after a hard drive meltdown or a careless typo at the command line.
  • Charly’s Column – Varnish: If you have some spare RAM, this fast cache can help you speed up your Apache server.
  • Security Lessons – Web Security: Security headers protect your browser and your websites against various attack vectors.
  • Ask Klaus! Klaus talks about the “problem” of too much diversity in Linux distros.
  • Perl – Memes: Jump on the meme bandwagon by building your own image macro memes worthy of Lolcats and I Can Has Cheezburger.
  • Command Line – Libre/OpenOffice Scripts: Scripts that help you get the most out of your Office suite.
  • AcetoneISO: Manage existing ISO images or configure your own.
  • Workspace – Ebook Publishing: A handful of tools let you author, tag, convert, and publish your next masterpiece.
  • openArtist: An Ubuntu-based Live distro with tools for artists, musicians, and other creative types.
  • Git-Annex: Distribute files across devices, servers, and services.
  • MediaGoblin Media Sharing: Reject YouTube, Flickr, and other social media spies by building your own media-sharing site.
  • Kernel News: Latency, backups, and removing an architecture from the kernel.
  • Doghouse – Managing Expectations: The importance of stating your project goals up front.

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