"secure" file flag?
raysonlogin at yahoo.com
Tue Nov 18 16:31:47 PST 2003
I am wondering if it is useful to have a "secure" file flag??
The secure file flag will be set for files that contain sensitive data.
Then the OS will take special care when operating on those "secure"
e.g. when deleting a "secure" file, the OS will overwrite the file with
One advantage would be to have "secure" files in the same filesystem as
other normal files.
Any one knows if FreeBSD has already implemented this??
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