ASmith wrote:A token file also provides the victim of wrongful persecution, plausible deny ability in regards to interrogation over what the pass phrase is to legally or illegally enter into their computer to try and find anything they can to use against that computer user. There is now a legal ruling by a federal court judge that a computer user must disclose their pass phrase even thou there are no charges nor does the warrant indicate specifically what is being sought. The female victim in that court case has told the agents she doesn't know what her pass phrase is and has stuck to that line. With a token file, the computer user does not know what the pass phrase is and without it and with adequate encryption by Twofish, Serpent or both it is entirely unlikely anyone is going to access that safely secured data.
DrHu wrote:I would say you don't need encryption for applications or OS files, only your own data set[...]
DrHu wrote:I think that encryption or not; whole disk or your own data, should be a user-only choice not a force issue
(emphasis by me)Add Option of Full Disk Encryption to all future Linux Mint
I would like to see that too. The lack of full disk encryption is the one big thing that is missing in mint.cb474 wrote:Yes, please add the option for full disk encryption with lvm during install.
canam101 wrote:I would like to see that too. The lack of full disk encryption is the one big thing that is missing in mint.cb474 wrote:Yes, please add the option for full disk encryption with lvm during install.
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