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>he isn't using full disk encryption Privacy matters.

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>he isn't using full disk encryption

Privacy matters.
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>>45679213

your mom uses full-fat encrisption
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>>45679213
I decrypted ur moms full pussy encryption
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>>45679213
>Using disks in the year 2014
You know nothing of security.
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>>45679213

>Not having a fork of TrueCrypt
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>>45679301
>implying these quickly put together forks don't present new security holes
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>Posting on 4chan.

Still leaving traces, you sloppy motherfucker.
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For now, lolicon is not actually illegal. In the time it takes for it to become illegal and for feds to be mobilized, you could have already dd'd /dev/urandom to your disk and overwritten anything that was on there.
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too much of a pain. truecrypt is dead and unsupported, bitlocker is apparently lolbackdoored anyway.
having any sort of issue with the filesystem or drive, encryption makes recovery that much more difficult.
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but i do.

it's not like i keep anything illegal on my laptop besides few movies.

but better safe than sorry
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>>45679213
touché, good sir
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>nothing to hide
>nothing illegal

Considering that every OS ships with this nowadays you're basically being too lazy to lock a door with the key already in it.
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>Still having a social security number
>Still getting named at the hospital when you're born
>Still having a license plate
>Still showing up un-pixelated on surveillance cameras all over the fucking place

>privacy matters
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>Implying I don't want them to find my 15TB of trap porn
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>>45679547
>201almost5
>storing porn on your computer
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what is /g/ onion on filevault?
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>>45679547
>Reserved for Porn
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>>45679348
It is illegal in some weird places like the UK.
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>>45679612
When the Internet dies, I will hold the only currency that matters.
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I used to but managing an initramfs was too much of a PITA so I just pgp encrypt sensitive files now.
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>>45679688
That isn't how prostitution works.
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I've got nothing to hide, I abide by the law.
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Can someone give me an introduction to encrypting your data? I never thought it was particular useful for me but now that I have some bigger projects I figure I could try to protect them. Should I be using some open-source encryption software? What would you recommend, also have any of you written your own encryption scripts? Care to share on insight?
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>>45679691
Couldn't you just auto-generate an initramfs with something like archs mkinitcpio?

It has support for dm-crypt.
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>>45679787
Sure with dracut/genkernel.
I just don't anymore, I practice good security instead, passphrases on all keys, two factor authentication etc.
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>>45679388
Many Linux distributions let you set up encryption in the installation. There is no excuse.
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>>45679956
>linux
while I work to help administer many linux and AIX servers that run enterprise softwares, many of the clients are restricted to windows & IE. for my own personal computers, I don't really have a choice of linux.

One of the enterprise softwares I deal with 70% of the day is half supported on Linux, and most of the software is web based, which is only supported in IE. It mostly works in Firefox and Chrome fine, but it isn't technically supported on anything but IE (e.g. if you send an email about a problem, they will deny it unless it can be reproduced in IE).
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>>45679348
Its illegal in Canada
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>>45679213
>implying full disk encryption does anything for your privacy

full pleb
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>>45679728
this
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>not resorting to punch cards to store your data
>expecting any data thiefs to know how to take data from it
>2014
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>>45681352
IBM shill pls go

We don't want your punched cards.
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>>45679496
>implying I do any of those things
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>>45679496
>Still showing up un-pixelated on surveillance cameras all over the fucking place
Aiden Pierce, please leave and take your leet hacking cell phone with you
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>>45679728
>>45681250
shills detected
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Can someone explain something to me

Lets say i have normal HDD filled with non-encrypted data. I come to realize i want to encrypt it and i do ______(what?). After that, would i be able to access that data without encryption key (would it all be like RAR files with password, something like that?). And finally, will any new files i add to HDD also be encrypted or will i have to do it for new files also?
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>encrypt muh ssd
>rice muh windows 8
>some update breaks it
>have to decrypt muh ssd
>takes fucking 5 hours
never again
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>>45679547
is it real? and i thought i reached autismo maximo
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for fucks sake


I am the only person who never downloaded/jacked off to CP? why the world is so sick?
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>>45681460
Well yes something like that. If you encrypt your HDD it basically becomes a giant encrypted rar archive. To access your files you need to decrypt them, a program like Truecrypt permanently runs in the background and does that for you after you "open the HDD with your password".

And because it works like that, it's permanently using your CPU. Modern CPUs (Intel i processors 2nd gen and upwards, not sure about AMD) have a built in decryption chip for some algorithms that speed this up. It will work ok on Core2Duo/Quad processors.
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>>45681592
How power hungry whole process is?

New files that are added to hdd also get encrypted, automatically i guess?
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>>45681592
>>45681460
>any new files i add to HDD also be encrypted or will i have to do it for new files also?
New files will also be automatically encrypted. Your encrypted HDD will show up as a normal HDD (at least with Truecrypt, depends on configuration) and can be used normally.
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>>45681627
>How power hungry whole process is?
I don't have any numbers, but it didn't significantly slow anything down. You WILL notice a difference between encrypted and not-encrypted, should not be a problem though.
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>>45681629
Ok, thanks for clarifying. Lets say someone steals my pc/laptop, what does he have to do to access my encrypted hdd? Or better yet, what do i do to get access to my hdd?
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>>45681663
You have to enter a password to get back to your data. The only way an attacker gets access is by finding out the password, there's no way to find it out other than guessing it.
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>>45681707
oh, so i have to set one central passford for whole hdd, ok.

but wouldn't just one password for windows user do the trick?
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>>45680005
use IE under wine
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>>45681734
You can use your Windows user authentication in Truecrypt I think, but the internals are a bit tricky and make recovery hard. So people do not recommend it most of the time. But of course you can use the same password. Should work with Bitlocker too, not sure. Truecrypt does not integrate 100% into the system unless you do full disk encryption with your whole boot HDD.
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>>45679315

>not creating your own fork
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>>45681592
Apparently truecrypt development stopped earlier this year. Should I look for something different? And if so, anything you recommend?
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>>45682202
dmcrypt + LUKS
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>>45682344
Forgot to mention I have Windows 7 (and no, I don't have bitlocker)
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>>45681783
last i heard IE in wine was suffering, just use a vm
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>>45682358
There is no point securing the inherently insecure.
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>>45681475
>windows 8

You only have yourself to blame.
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>>45682376
I'll make linux my primary OS one of these days...
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>>45682376
What if you're just looking to defend against thieves/snoopers, instead of the NSA?
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>>45679547
Dear god are you me? well, except for the traps. I prefer str8 stuff, but anything to edgy for mainstream. Except traps. No homo
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If you really want privacy from the NSA your only option is to take your device off of the network.
Then manually inspect all of your PC components to make sure they didn't bug it.
And make sure your computer's vibrations are insulated from the outside world.
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>>45679547
>my 15TB of trap porn
If you aren't streaming porn hoster a got bad news for you.
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>Not using throw away laptop
>Not using encryption on said laptop
>Not only using that laptop on another person's wifi
>Not wardriving, cracking wifi blocks away, using packet sniffers
>Not planting an arm motherboard setup as a server in someones house to use their wifi while you VPN into the server to do your stuff.
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>>45682862
>planting an arm motherboard setup as a server in someones house to use their wifi while you VPN into the server to do your stuff.

Is a raspberry pi good for something like this? was thinking of getting one, setting it up headless, and using it as a seedbox but also for this. Or is there a better option?
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>>45679213
>Privacy matters.

Maybe if you're a government whistleblower or a pedo. Otherwise, nothing you have on your computer justifies such extreme measures.
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>>45682880
banana pi is supposedly better for server stuff.

I'm picking one up for Christmas to set up my own cloud so I can stop using dropbox.
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>>45682926
Any idea what makes it better?
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Does full disk encryption increase CPU usage?
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>>45682966
The processor for one. It also has sata port where not even the B+ has one.
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>>45682880
>>45682926
Odroid C1 better X4
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>>45682988
Nice, faster and I can use an actual hard drive with it.
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>>45682977
The data doesn't decrypt itself.
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>>45682907
>What if mom finds my furry porn?
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>>45683008
don't you mean "encrypt"?
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got all my drives encrypted. 90% of it is porn

>order new external hard drive
>it arrives
>have to encrypt it for 24 hours before you can use it
every time
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>>45683004
You can use an actual hard drive with RPi, you just get bottlenecked with USB 3.0 speeds.
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>>45683041
>downloading that much porn
why not stream?
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>>45679547
>>45682688
hello friends
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>>45683059
I meant as opposed to an external USB drive. But yeah, better to not get slowed by USB and just go straight for SATA.
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