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Setting Up Full Disk Encryption on Debian 9 Stretch

Previously I did a tutorial on Installing Debian 8 Jessie with full disk encryption, in that tutorial I went into a lot of detail about manually partitioning the disks. If for some reason you want to manually partition your disks I would reccomend that tutorial, it will still work for …

Recovering data from a hard drive after wiping the partition table

A mate from work had a LUKS volume that he had setup and was using to store his personal documents, things like scanned copies of invoices and tax information. Unfortunately in a momentary lapse of concentration after mounting it he ran mkfs.ext4 over it.

I'm sure we have all …

Setting Up Full Disk Encryption on Arch Linux

I recently switched my laptop over from Debian Stretch to Arch Linux.

Debian is still my go to distribution for any server, but I felt like I was in a bit of a no man's land with my laptop. Debian stable (currently Jessie) is rock solid and reliable but I …

What exactly is encrypted with Android full disk encryption?

I've been running CyanogenMod on my Samsung Galaxy S4 since pretty much the day I bought it. As far as I can tell it's pretty close to the stock Android Open Source Project (AOSP) with a minimum of bloat and a few Google things (like the Play Store) removed1 …

Setting Up Full Disk Encryption on Debian Jessie

Update 2017-06-29: I've done an updated version of this tutorial with Debian Stretch. The updated version is simplified, it uses the graphical installer and guided partitioning. However, if you want to manually partition your disks, this tutorial will still work for Debian Stretch.

This is part 2 of a two …

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