It is known that the "xz" compression format embeds a checksum in the compressed file to verify integrity during decompression or standalone testing. The algorithm of the checksum can be one of: CRC32, CRC64, and SHA256, and the default is CRC64.
Now, we put an "xz" file into a XTS-encrypted disk image. The XTS mode is a pure confidentiality mode, and have no authenticity or integrity feature at all. But the "xz" file inside it has integrity feature. So the question is:
When combining the CRC64 integrity of "xz" with the confidentiality of XTS mode of operation, do we get a secure deterministic authenticated encryption (DAE, a.k.a. key-wrap) scheme?