Encryption is transforming information through a cipher to protect it from unauthorized access.

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Decrypt All traffic by wireshark [closed]

Ok I can decrypt a specified client connected to wifi by deauthing it and getting the handshake using wireshark. In fact after wireshark captures the EAPOL messages it starts to decrypt the traffic. ...
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How can I encrypt my SSD but still boot unattended (linux)? [closed]

I have a system that displays video from a camera feed with an overlay, and it must boot without any user intervention (the quicker the better). However, these systems will be in the hands of ...
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Preseeding with RAID1 Encrypted LVM

I would like to preseed a debian wheezy system with Encrypted RAID1 LVM. I've done some google searching, seen others asking the same question, but have not found any answers. I have successful ...
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Remmina TLS, NLA works, but high encryption fails

Remmina works fine with TLS and NLA. But if encryption is set to high instead of client compatible, then it stops working. Questions: 1. Why setting high encryption prevents connectivity? 2. What's ...
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After resizing an encrypted LVM device, the machine takes 4 hours to boot

I have a host, under Debian Wheezy. The virtualisation software is qemu/KVM, and uses LVM Volumes as disks for the guests. The guests all have been installed using debian wheezy, full-disk ...
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Debian KVM Host, Debian guests : where full-disk encryption should be done?

I have a host under Debian Wheezy, running qemu/KVM. I want to have all my guests fully-encrypted. I can see to possibilities : - Either I encrypt the LVM Volume using dm-crypt (cryptsetup) and use ...
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Encrypting SMB traffic with Samba

We use Samba on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS as a PDC (primary domain controller) with roaming profiles. Everything works fine, except for if we try to enforce encryption via setting: server signing = ...
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Possible to decrypt FDE/SED Samsung 840 upon boot without native BIOS/UEFI support for ATA password?

It's possible to encrypt and decrypt a drive with hdparm coupled with Full Disk Encryption like some Samsung and Intel SSDs. What I'm curious about is if it's possible to use with a Desktop ...
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Should I encrypt OS disk with BitLocker for HIPAA compliance

I am looking into hosting a HIPAA compliant web application on Azure VM's. For the database, right now I am leaning towards using a VM with SQL 2014 Standard Edition. Since TDE is not available with ...
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How do I encrypt large (20Gb+) compressed files from a backup?

I want to encrypt regularly created and compressed backup files from OpenVZ containers, before they leave the server and get copied to the providers backup space via ftp. They vary in size, from 6 to ...
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Sun T2/Niagara Hardware Crypto Acceleration with Debian Linux?

I wanted to use an older T2 machine as a webserver for SSL heavy websites. With Solaris, there is the crypto acceleration available which would make sense for SSL. Now I am wondering if this crypto ...
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Iptables: Filtering string encrypted by ssl

I need to filter (send to BANRULES set) incoming http/https packets with a certain string (matchword). I do it easy when ssl is not in use (port 80): iptables -A INPUT -p tcp -m tcp --dport 80 -m ...
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How can one determine what Kerberos key encryption algorithms are supported on a Cisco IOS device?

When attempting to load an SRVTAB over TFTP, I receive an "Unsupported keytype" error: abc(config)#kerberos srvtab remote 1.2.3.4 abc.srvtab Loading abc.srvtab from 1.2.3.4 (via Vlan123): ! [OK - 121 ...
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Using samba password to encrypt partition

I have a local server with encrypted partition just for data, which I want to serve through samba server. I want to avoid re-entering password on each server start (e.g. on electricity failure) for ...
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Blocking another Win 2008 R2 admin from accesing some important folders [closed]

I have sold half my dedicated server to somebody but I dont want them accessing my web hosted Plesk files for my Wordpress website. As some of them are custom and confidential. I gave them local ...
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Encrypting SVN Store with ecryptfs

I previously had TrueCrypt setup to automount my SVN repos on the Subversion server at boot with an automated network script that used a keyfile on a protected share to mount the volume. Now that ...
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2008R2 Server to Server Encryption [closed]

What is the best way to encrypt data between internal servers? We have a few homegrown apps that run on 2008R2 servers that transmit sensitive data. Would an IPSec connection between the two servers ...
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Do I have to somehow enable AES-NI on Nginx?

I've got CPU With AES-NI, I would like to use this function with nginx. ssl_engine aesni; - this parameter was used before openssl 1.0.0, but now, openssl is bundled with aesni support. And this ...
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Determining if an SSL cert is affected by SHA-1 phase-out

Google chrome will start to warn users that their SSL connection is insecure under the following conditions: The cert uses the SHA1 hashing algorithm, and The cert expires on or after 2016-01-01 (or ...
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Prompt for Certificate Password When Accessing EFS Shares

My boss wants to set up encrypted file shares using EFS on Windows Server 2012 R2 Boxes accessed by Windows 8.1 clients. I've been able to set the default DRA, issue certificates in test cases and so ...
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encryption of fiber communications [closed]

We have to connect one site to another using leased fiber ( theoretically it's a dark one ) in order to replace a radio link. All servers are in one site. Both location now have Gigabit networks. Can ...
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encrypted (luks) partition had some damage - any chance?

I was trying to run Debian installer on top of an already luks-encrypted partition (I tried to do use cryptsetup in the console). I don't remember ever saying "yes, destroy" data, but what I see now, ...
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How to disable Null and Weak Ciphers on 389-Directory-Server

I am running 389-DS on CentOS. Version - '389-ds-base.i686 1.2.11.15-34.el6_5'. Security scans revealed that NullCiphers were found on Port 389 and 636. I tried to disable them by shutting down DS, ...
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How to re-create the symmetric key on Amazon RDS

We have some column encrypted by symmetric key. Now we want to upload our database to Amazon RDS (SQL Server). Can we do that? If yes, how?
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Encrypt communications on local network

I'm developing a web application that runs on a server local to the same network as the client- basically, instead of a central web server, each customer site will have its own server hosted on the ...
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Is OTR required for XMPP message encryption? [closed]

I use XMPP for sending instant messages from a bot in a server to a laptop client. I have full control of both the clients (bot and laptop client) and they are both connected to the same server which ...
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Most secure way to encrypt critical data to be shared, edited and seen (must ALWAYS be secure)

This question does not rely on time... so it's not about keeping data on tape or anything similar. I have 3 distinct PCs with critical information. PCs are running Windows OS. They all hold critical ...
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How can I encrypt 2008 Server Running under esxi

I have a need to run multiple 2008 R2 VMs under the free esxi. Storage will be local to the host. As I understand it, BitLocker is not a supported option in a VM environment from either Microsoft or ...
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Speedup of fixing an openssl bug with 8192 bit key [closed]

This is related to this Bug-Report https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=747453 OpenSSL contains a set of arbitrary limitations on the size of accepted key parameters that ...
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Encrypt Files Before Sending To Bittorrent Sync

Is there a way to encrypt files before being sent to Bittorrent sync, either via a plugin, or by encrypting the files first? Also do you trust Bittorrent Sync's encryption?
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Problems saving encrypted emails from Outlook into Document Management System

We use a commercially available Document Management System (DMS) which integrates with Microsoft Outlook 2010. This allows users to save important emails in the DMS so that their colleagues have ...
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How to recover key after using LuksRemovekey?

I have an encrypted partition on /dev/sda5, yesterday I use cryptsetup to remove the encryption using cryptsetup luksRemovekey /dev/sda5, but when I restart I have to provide a passphrase for ...
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Encrypted partition and hardware failure

I have a kind of philosophical question. I'm about to set a new backup server and as time is passing encryption of data seems more and more reasonable. However what if the harddrive goes bad. I know ...
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Why don't Active Directory user accounts automatically support Kerberos AES authentication?

I'm playing around with a test domain on Windows Server 2012 R2. I'm operating at the highest possible functional level and have no backwards-compatibility issues in my small test environment. ...
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Migrate user and passwords to new linux box

I am trying to migrate old Centos 4.3 box to Centos 7. I have followed the migration steps from an article published way long back on ...
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How can I transfer a certificate from an account to another on Windows

Long story short, I have some configuration file for a tool containing sensitive information and the client want them encrypted. I want to use EFS for this, but there is a problem : the account doing ...
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Encryption with ZFS on linux

Does ZFS on Linux already support Encryption? If not, is it planned? I found tons of info for ZFS+LUKS but that's absolutely uninteresting: I want ZFS encryption so that I can do replication using ...
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Moving data across countries securely [closed]

Currently I am planning on moving data from a number of remote sites across to our head quarters in Germany. The data is too large to replicate/copy over site to site VPN so I'm going to have to do ...
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Should Carrier Ethernet traffic be encrypted?

I'm looking for a best practice answer. We have a 100Mb point to point Carrier Ethernet circuit between a corporate office and an offsite data center. Basically we have SQL traffic replicating to ...
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Recovering files without .encfs6.xml

I've lost my .encfs6.xml file for a encfs volume. I still know my passphrase. Is there anyway to regenerate the .encfs6.xml based on similar volumes and the passphrase? Any chance of brute-forcing? ...
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Encrypted User Directory on FreeBSD?

I'm running FreeBSD and I'd like to have user's files stored encrypted using his/her password, and have seamless SSH access to those files as well (provided that the user always uses password-based ...
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Storing Postfix's passwords in MySQL without encryption

I've been struggling with Postfix for past few days. Finally I managed to set it up with virtual mailboxes listed in MySQL and passwords encrypted with PAM. It was just then that I realized I need the ...
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EFS on MySql Data Folder Prevents MySql Service from Starting

I'm trying to encrypt my MySql database at rest. I have been looking at Truecrypt and EFS - I ultimately went with EFS because I can simply encrypt an existing folder without having to create a ...
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Which Layer of the OSI model is responsible for encryption in WLANS?

Since WEP and WPA/WPA2 encrypt the payload of 802.11 MAC frames and we know that MAC goes under the Data Link Layer (Layer 2), can we also assume that encryption occurs in Layer 2 as well? At least ...
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ZFS RAID and LUKS encryption in Linux

I'm planning to setup a set of 3x 2TB 7200rpm drives as a LUKS-encrypted Z-RAID pool in Linux (for a NAS solution). My understanding of the problem at hand is that the only way to achieve this is to ...
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EFS Recovery Agent not working

I know EFS data recovery has been discussed so many times in the forums but I could not find anything useful in the other threads as I believe I have followed all the required steps but still cannot ...
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How to solve problematic cpu load due to encryption when using SFTP on a VM

my company is trying offer a sftp service for a big amount of customers. The serving machine will be on a VM and tests have shown that, with an increasing amount of simultaneous users, the cpu becomes ...
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how to use GPG to decrypt multiple files to a different directory

I am trying to decrypt multiple files to a different directory keeping the existing filenames. When i run the below syntax it seems to decrypt them ok but it only ouputs to the screen. I would like to ...
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Is it ok to use self-signed certificates for smtp transport?

By "by ok to use" I mean: are MTA agents receiving emails from my server going to reject my email if not, are they going to make other kind of bad treatment for my emails (marking as spam, unsafe ...
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Password change reminder Ubuntu

I have an encrypted hard drive on my Linux box. When it was ready for me to change my password because of the 60 day expiration I ran into a problem. I changed the password and once I shutdown my ...