Secure Linux OS for Non-technical users is a -Subgraph OS

Data security and security are reliably hotly debated issues after Edward Snowden disclosures of NSA’s worldwide reconnaissance that brought the world’s consideration towards information insurance and encryption as at no other time.  On the off chance that you’ve ever needed to design a SELinux (Security Enhanced Linux) bit security module without the direction of an executive, you’ll comprehend why this late meeting with David Mirza Ahmad in Motherboard is fascinating. Ahmad is the President of an organization named Subgraph, which is adding to a security-centred form of Linux named Subgraph OS. He expresses that its motivation is to give an […]

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