[Dovecot] Disk Encryption

Reindl Harald h.reindl at thelounge.net
Mon Mar 25 15:32:03 EET 2013

Am 25.03.2013 14:24, schrieb Simon Brereton:
>> crypt storage isnt "the saveness" per default, someone hacking the system
>> and get root may hack your crypt storage too etc, also to big theme for here
> Robert, indeed, this is sort of my point.  If we encrypt laptop
> harddrives to prevent unauthorised access, that doesn't prevent the
> possiblity of someone who already has admin access to the device from
> decrypting/viewing/moving files.  What it does do is prevent
> unauthorised access to the data if there is no admin access.
> Currently my mail store isn't encrypted and I would like to know if it
> is possible to do that, and if so, maybe get some pointers

this is independent of the used software and transparent

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