Mounting Encrypted ISO and mdconfig
tajudd at gmail.com
Wed Jun 3 16:58:48 UTC 2009
Does it need to be an ISO file? i'm just curious why you can't use a
UFS file that's then geli encrypted?
If it does need to be an iso, simply make the same UFS filesystem (2k
blocksize) of 700MB and geli encrypt that. It'll still burn to CD,
but won't be a CD Filesystem.
Does this help?
On 6/3/09, Azim <quakerdoomer at fmguy.com> wrote:
> Because I need something like TrueCrypt on FreeBSD. Decrypting the whole
> ISO file first will make the situation insecure and definitely will kill
> the purpose. An accidental reboot alongwith loss of the system/disk
> while having the iso in a decrypted form can cause problems.
> I need decryption on the fly, without making an extra copy of the same
> On Wed, 03 Jun 2009 10:13 +0200, "Ruben de Groot" <mail25 at bzerk.org>
>> Why not decrypt it first?
>> On Sun, May 31, 2009 at 09:32:40PM +0300, Azim typed:
>> > Does FreeBSD or any BSD/OS have "mount -o encryption" support ?
>> > I want to pipe aespipe and mount an encrypted iso. I have already
>> > checked on FreeBSD 7.1 amd64 that loop option isn't available, so I am
>> > sticking to mdconfig and vnconfig on old versions.
>> > If not then,
>> > Is it possible to pipe aespipe with mdconfig
>> > How do you on-the-fly-mount an Encrypted ISO under FreeBSD ?
>> > Regards,
>> > QD
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