I want to encrypt the content of a directory in a container with an ext4 filesystem using cryptsetup. The size of the container should be as small as possible and as big as necessary, because I only ...
It says it is an optional step, but it is recommended to do this, it improves encryption to pre-fill the partition with random data. What brings security filled with random data? Is it more difficult ...
I have a Debian 7.4 (stable) based server configured to use an encrypted (RAID1 + LVM) root partition (/boot is un-encrypted regular partition) to which I installed dropbear SSH server so I can ...
I decided to encrypt my root partition with LUKS+LVM. My ThinkPad setup: Samsung 830 128GB SSD 750GB HDD Core 2 Duo 2,5 GHz P9500 8GB RAM But the more I read, the less I understand about those ...
I created an encrypted container via #!/bin/bash dd if=/dev/zero of=$1 bs=1 count=0 seek=$2 MAPPER=$(mktemp -up /dev/mapper) LOOPDEV=$(losetup --find --show $1) cryptsetup luksFormat $LOOPDEV ...