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Secure files with encrypted disk images

Secure files with encrypted disk images: Mac OS X El Capitan Tips and Tricks
Secure files with encrypted disk images: Mac OS X El Capitan Tips and Tricks

An encrypted disk image is a virtual drive on your mac where you can store sensitive information behind a 128-bit or 256-bit encryption. A disk image is like an external hard drive that is stored as a single file on your computer. With 256-bit encryption, you can keep your disk images locked and secure.

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Business Computer Skills (Mac) Mac OS

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