Written by conquerorodueko the 20 Apr 13 at 15:28.
Global category: Security.
In the need to set up multiple partitions for added physical security, a need for a better bootup encryption password entering needs to be integrated.
At current, for every desired encrypted partition on the same hard-drive, the encryption needs to be set individually, hence at bootup, the encryption key for each partition would need to be put in. This can be tedious if not needed for that level of challenging security, but it is also useful for more complex levels of security hence it should not be removed. It could be useful that way for larger cooperations that need to ensure that physical access to a machine must have the right approval the respective approving bodies, where each physical encryption password would be entered by a different individual.