What would be the Read-/Write-overhead when using dm-crypt (LUKS) as full disk-encryption (including root partition) on a Linux-Desktop (Ubuntu)? I plan to stack it like so: LUKS > LVM > ext4 The CPU ...
I know that GnuPG is all about security, thus it's not giving many chance of retrieve private keys (otherwise anyone could do it) but I've got a private key, and my own rev.asc file. I had to ...
I want to store some data encrypted to carry around with me (this includes some scans of relevant paperwork, my TAN List for online banking, my gnupg and ssh keys and stuff like that). So not really a ...
I want to be able to route a portion of my traffic through another machine over SSH. For example, is it possible to browse the web through the ssh tunnel and also browse the web through your LAN ...
I was looking at dm-crypt and have seen that you can use whatever filesystem you like on top of the encrypted drive. So I was wondering if a journaled filesystem is a good idea as opposed to a ...
I have a fairly standard disk encryption setup in Debian 5.0.5: unencrypted /boot partition, and encrypted sdaX_crypt that contains all other partitions. Now, this is a headless server installation ...