I have a problem booting my Debian Linux server. After a system update, GRUB loads the initrd and the system should ask for the password, but it doesn't. Instead, I get dropped to BusyBox. After ...
All my partitions are encrypted (/ and /home), but the /boot partition has to remain unencrypted and is open for manipulation. I was thinking about hashing the kernel on bootup and checking the result ...
I am considering building a small home server. I'd like to encrypt some folders on this server, therefore using the instruction set aes-ni which is supported by newer (mostly Intel) chips would be ...