I want to excel in my Python coding skills and for that I went to a website called CodeSignal and started participating in the arcade mode which gives you a loooong list of coding tests, today I’ll write about test #10 “commonCharacterCount”
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This post is the starting point of a new blog series called “What I’ve learned last week”. I came up with this idea cause I felt that I need to motivate myself systematically learn new things, so without further ado, let’s get to the point.
Sometime OS-level encryption is just not enough, from time to time all of us need to copy a VM to a non-encrypted external disk or a flash drive. Then, after the copy is made, all the hard work and all the security measures go out the window, that’s because when copied, our sensitive data is free to access for anyone who can get hands on that drive. What can be done to create an extra layer of security and help us in this situation? That’s right, you’ve guessed it, it’s VM Encryption, let’s have a quick look at how you can enable it in VirtualBox.
Recently I had to create a new VM with CentOS on it and thought that I could write these things down to help myself in the future. Hopefully, these notes will help you too 🙂