Author: Michael Neuffer Date: To: dng Subject: Re: [DNG] Complete system HDD encryption w/o LLVM.
On 10/1/20 4:42 AM, Steve Litt wrote: > On Tue, 29 Sep 2020 20:58:42 +0700
> Андрей via Dng <dng@???> wrote:
>> I've seen on the DeVuan web wite an article on complete system HDD
>> encryption using LLVM. I have tried that one and found that it is
>> impossible to change partiotion sizes once it was autopartiotioned,
>> using LLVM full system HDD encryption.
> If your /home partition is encrypted, and any other "data" partitions
> are encrypted, and perhaps your swap partition is encrypted (is that
> possible?) then I think it's pretty easy. Why would one need /usr and
> /etc and /var encrypted?
/etc/ to prevent adversaries with physical access from reading your
/usr/ to prevent adversaries with physical access from replacing binaries
/var/ mixture of the above.
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