Overview of Data Encryption Systems available
Let Linux keep your secrets
This document by Doobee. R. Tzeck broadly explains a number of methods for encrypting data held on disk and gives pointers to installation and setup guides for all of them.
The table of contents
- Loopback Encryption
- Encrypted Home Directorys
- CFS - Cryptographic File System
- TCFS - Transparent Cryptographic Filesystem
- ppdd - Practical Privacy Disc Driver
- sfs - Steganographic File System for Linux
- StegFS - A Steganographic File System for Linux
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