How do you encrypt a USB drive partition with the Twofish cipher and SHA-512 hash without using TrueCrypt? [closed]
I've been trying to string together the right flags in cryptsetup: cryptsetup -y -h sha512 -c twofish-xts-plain64 -s 512 luksFormat /dev/sdx But it hasn't been working. When I enter the command ...
I have a partition that contains all my personal stuff, which is mounted at boot under /home/myuser/foo. I would like to synchronize it on the cloud via Dropbox or Copy.com, but I don't trust them, so ...
I just created a tor hidden (plausible deniability) volume. I used a 32GB USB flash drive, for the outer volume, and made the inner volume 20GB. Does this mean that I can safely add another ~12GB of ...
I'm looking into encrypting my home folder with Truecrypt, and mounting it after I've logged in, which should be pretty straightforward. However, it occurred to me that it should be theoretically ...