On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 10:44 AM, Daniel Beck <m...@beckweb.net> wrote:
> Backups that exclude the secrets/ directory don't compromise secrets even if 
> the backups are made accessible to unauthorized people.

To clarify, it is just `secrets/master.key` which should be excluded
from backups. The rest of the `secrets/` directory is (at least in
theory) unreadable without `master.key`, and in fact *should* be
backed up if you plan to be able to do anything after restore from
backup without recreating every secret in the system. It is convenient
to exclude `master.key` since, once created on initial startup, it
never changes and so can be kept on a sticky note in your bank vault.


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