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Oct
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answered Testing if a password for an eCryptfs mount is valid
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comment Information leakage from the ecryptfs filesystem
@HamishDowner, if you have the wrapped-passphrase, that's correct. Note that you may not necessarily have the wrapped-passphrase. I store mine on a removable sd card or usb key.
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Jan
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comment Information leakage from the ecryptfs filesystem
The primary difference between eCryptfs and EncFS is that eCryptfs is an in-kernel filesystem and uses the in-kernel keyring and in-kernel crypto algorithms, and EncFS is user space filesystem that uses FUSE.
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answered Information leakage from the ecryptfs filesystem