Re: crypting a whole filesystem or directory?
On Thu, 27 Nov 1997, Kevin Traas wrote:
> Short of encrypting the filesystem itself, I have yet to find a way to
> secure things under Linux.... But if anyone has any ideas, I'd be *more*
> than glad to hear them....
> Kevin Traas
What about mounting only some directories (/home with the users' data,
and /etc with password and other files) as cfs volumes? I think
that there is no need for keeping programs' binaries on the encrypted
volume (what increases the access time, and CPU usage...).
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