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Linux: Full Disk Encryption

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/* Overview */
== Overview ==
This guide explains how to make your personal data secure by encrypting your Linux The idea is encrypt partition with root filesystem using strong cryptographyLUKS and store the keys in the TPM.<br>During boot user does not have to enter a decryption password, partition will be automatically decrypted using the keys from TPM.<br>It's a open-source alternative to Windows BitLocker. * LUKS (Linux Unified Key Setup (LUKS) - is a full volume encryption feature, the standard for Linux hard disk encryption* TPM (Trusted Platform Module (TPM) - is dedicated micro-controller designed to secure hardware through integrated cryptographic keysThe idea is encrypt partition with root filesystem and store the keys in TPM chip. Then, on boot, encrypted partition will be automatically decrypted.
== List of tested devices ==