John Lenz wrote:
> I agree with a previous poster on this list, that the LUKS on disk file
> format should be used for revelation. The LUKS disk format uses several
> standards (like RFC2898) that have been examined for cryptographic
> weaknesses by cryptographers. It also implements all the features the new
> Revelation format proposes to add. Files are readable on linux by the
> kernel, and on Windows using FreeOTFE.
a few more technical question:
- did you use the same magic as in luks partition?
- if yes how can the system (kerenl, driver) know wether it's a luks
file or luks filesystem ie. it contains only a file or a filesystem?
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