On Tue, 13 Aug 1996, Adam Shostack wrote:
> Robert Carter wrote:
> | We recently had a breakin and the R&D department was litteraly broken
> | apart for their harddrives is there anyway to protect data that is
> | stored on a down system like this.?
> | mailto:stigmata @
> | Robert
> Sure. Theres encryption, and physical security.
> For disk encryption on UNIX, use CFS.
> ftp.research.att.com/pub/mab/? On macs, look into Cryptdisk, or for
> PCs, I think securedrive is reccommended, but I haven't used it. All
> use (or offer) strong encryption at the filesystem level.
What exactly is strong encryption? DES? RSA? Just curious...because if I
have the hard drives I have all the time in the world to brute force it.
-Jeff "Fiji" Fay