I keep hearing about Drivecrypt and how it is setting the standard on full drive encryption. They say everything short of (unbreakable) although I have heard a few. Anyone have any thoughts about the prog?
I've used scramdisk briefly, but haven't had the need since switching to Linux. You should understand that the amount of key bits doesn't matter as much as the algorithm used.
Linux has built-in capabilities for encrypting mounts/volumes.
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