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crypting a whole filesystem or directory?


linux (unix) is a quite secure system. But if somebody can get directly
to the server-computer, then it is easy to reboot computer to dos with a
boot disk, and use 2e-filesystem tools to get all files they want, like
shadowed password file, or any other only root-readable files.

Is there a way to crypt a whole e2-filesystem or at least a whole
directories? Or is there any other way to overcome this?


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