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Tails above the Rest (Linux Journal)

Linux Journal shows how to use Tails in three articles. Part 1, the installation. Part 2, using Tails. Part 3, advanced features in Tails. From part 3: "As you might imagine, a security- and anonymity-focused distribution like Tails provides a number of encryption tools. These include more general-purpose tools like GNOME disk manager, which you can use to format new encrypted volumes and the ability to mount encrypted volumes that show up in the Places menu at the top of the desktop. In addition to general-purpose tools, Tails also includes an OpenPGP applet that sits in the notification area (that area of the panel at the top right-hand section of the desktop along with the clock, sound and network applets)."
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