Create encrypted volumes with Cryptmount and Linux

Tuesday, 22 April 2008, 12:21 PM EST

Cryptmount is a friendly front-end to a batch of Linux utilities used to create encrypted volumes, such as device mapper, dm-crypt, and the kernel's loopback device. It requires root privileges to create encrypted files or partitions, and then once it's set up users can mount and unmount their own encrypted volumes on demand.

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