truecrypt and kb3
Jesus Jr M Salvo
jesus.m.salvo at gmail.com
Sat Feb 23 03:31:38 UTC 2008
On 21/02/2008, Jesus Jr M Salvo <jesus.m.salvo at gmail.com> wrote:
> Running x86_64 Fedora 7.
> I have quite a few JPEGs of personal documents ( e.g. tax forms,
> insurance, bank statements, shareholdings, etc.. ) that I have scanned
> from my multi-purpose printer / scanner / copier. Now I want to burn
> these JPEGs into CD or DVD, but I would preferrably want them to be
> encrypted, specially in this day and age about privacy and identity
> Preferrably, the encypted files OR encrypted ISO image could be
> decrypted on any platform. No I have read that kb3 would be the
> perfect solution for this.
> Now questions are:
> 1) Do I need a CD burner application that is truecrypt-aware ? I have
> been using k3b ( the CD / DVD burner app for KDE ) for quite a few
> years now.
> 2) Also, there does not seem to be an available RPM for truecrypt.
> Best thing that I can find is this:
> http://tredosoft.com/truecrypt_fedora_7 and install from source. Why
> is it not in any main repo ( fedora, livna, or freshrpms ) ... is it
> for legal reasons ?
Thanks to all those that replied. For now, I have decided to use FUSE+encFS.
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