Decide what TrueCrypt alternative we want
We must decide what alternative we want to push users to (mainly boils down to cryptkeeper/encfs and/or LUKS and/or cryptsetup 1.6’s TrueCrypt support and/or
|Feature #5705: test desktop integration of cryptsetup TrueCrypt support||Resolved||
|Feature #7638: Decide something about the proposed plan regarding TrueCrypt||Resolved||intrigeri||
|Feature #7648: Test unlocking a TrueCrypt volume with cryptsetup 1.6+ backported for Wheezy||Resolved||intrigeri||
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#3 Updated by intrigeri 2013-09-12 08:51:13
> What about Scramdisk?
> It supports Truecrypt containers, has binaries for Debian and other distros..and is under GPL.
I’m not fond of adding another GUI (in addition to GNOME disk utility
and the broader integration of LUKS containers with GNOME) to manage
encrypted storage. I think that this would create user confusion and
make it harder to maintain our documentation.
Anyway: ScramDisk hasn’t seen a release since 2011, and is not in Debian.
#4 Updated by akuckartz 2013-09-15 02:25:51
This Debian RFP for ScramDisk is already 1235 days old:
RFP: sd4l — On-The-Fly Encryption