Category: encryption

10.07.2017

you should setup harddisk encryption during setup. to add an encrypted /home partition afterwards might be possible but a lot more effort. scroll very down if you want to know how to encrypt an usb sticks … needless to say […]

gpg cheat sheed – encrypting files with gpg
08.06.2017

Warning! while gpg is very likely sound and solid encryption – what is far more likely to be compromised is YOUR HARDWARE – every network card – wifi card – usb UMTS G3 modem – PCI-Card – contains enough RAM […]

26.02.2016

„So it appears that the unexpected (putting it mildly) disappearance of TrueCrypt.org and the startling disavowal of TrueCrypt’s bullet proof security will turn out to be a brief disturbance in the force. We should know much more about a trustworthy […]

05.02.2015

Source & Credits: http://blog.cryptographyengineering.com/2014/08/whats-matter-with-pgp.html „Since PGP keys aren’t designed for humans, you need to move them electronically. But of course humans still need to verify the authenticity of received keys, as accepting an attacker-provided public key can be catastrophic. PGP addresses this with […]

05.03.2014

This is an UNTESTED (!!!) howto from: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FullDiskEncryptionHowto the same for debian 🙂 http://dwaves.de/2017/07/10/gnu-linux-debian-9-full-harddisk-encryption/ the ideal OS for minimalists 🙂 It describes a way to set up an Ubuntu installation with a encrypted root partition and encrypted Swap.  Please refer […]