Re: Encyrpt Partitons with out Passphrase
Date: Thu, 18 Aug 2005 17:13:49 +1000
> BrittonV@gmail.com wrote:
>> I am looking to set up a demo computer to take to trade shows. This
>> computer will have all the code required to do what I do! Vague
>> I want to limit my damage should this computer be lost or stolen. The
>> best way I can think of to do this is to encrypt a partition or
>> individual folders containing my code/binarys. I want to store the
>> decryption key on some kind of flash media (SD, CF, USB key, etc).
>> When the 'key' is in the card reader/USB slot the software is
>> accessible. When the key is missing everything is worthless.
> i'd use: http://www.truecrypt.org/
> the passphrase would have to be in your head rather than on an external
> card, but i don't see how that would be a disadvantage.
TrueCrypt, now that's an interesting one.
Who asked for examples of products that use multiple or cascaded
This is from the TrueCrypt web site:
Encryption algorithms: AES-256, Blowfish (448-bit key), CAST5,
Serpent (256-bit key), Triple DES, and Twofish (256-bit key).
Supports cascading (e.g., AES-Twofish-Serpent).
TrueCrypt supports cascading. Ain't that cute?