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Disk (block device) encryption for Linux and *BSD?
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- From: HyperReal-Anon <[email protected]>
- Date: 16 Oct 1998 13:30:06 -0000
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Apologies for the interruption,
I'm looking for disk / partition encryption for Unix-alikes, especially
Linux, OpenBSD and/or NetBSD.
My websearch has been less than satisfactory - I found outdated Linux
kernel patches for encryption loopback, and I distinctly remember reading
about a serious bug in the use (or lack thereof) of key material in this
Do patches for a current Linux kernel exist, and have all the known
bugs been fixed?
Also, there seems to be no version of Marutukku about that I can actually
get to work on *BSD. Is Marutukku still being developed?
Generally, is there a good page that tracks disk encryption for Unix?
I'm currently using cfs here and there, and I have a specific question
about that package, too:
Does the cypherpunks list trust the patches that add Blowfish support