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Tomb is a cryptography software aimed to provide a simple to use yet secure and powerful to have "encrypted directories".
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From [[http://tomb.dyne.org the official website]]:
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:''Tomb is 100% free and open source software to make strong encryption easy to use.''
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:''A tomb is like a locked folder that can be safely transported and hidden in a filesystem.''
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:''Keys can be kept separate: for instance the tomb on your computer and the key on a USB stick.''
  
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Tomb aims to be a simple to use software to manage "encrypted directories", called tombs. A tomb can only be opened if you both have a keyfile and you know the password. It also has advanced features, like steganography.
  
  
 
You can install {{AUR|tomb}} from the aur using {{ic|yaourt -S tomb}}
 
You can install {{AUR|tomb}} from the aur using {{ic|yaourt -S tomb}}

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From [the official website]:

Tomb is 100% free and open source software to make strong encryption easy to use.
A tomb is like a locked folder that can be safely transported and hidden in a filesystem.
Keys can be kept separate: for instance the tomb on your computer and the key on a USB stick.

Tomb aims to be a simple to use software to manage "encrypted directories", called tombs. A tomb can only be opened if you both have a keyfile and you know the password. It also has advanced features, like steganography.


You can install tombAUR from the aur using yaourt -S tomb