Is there a way to encrypt the hard drive with FOG?
I’m using FOG to deploy an Ubuntu image to several machines, I’m looking for a way to encrypt the hard drive during the deployment (something like BitLocker on Windows).
Have anyone ever done this or has an idea, on how to implement something like this? even a post installation encryption of the hard drive would do, but an encryption during the deployment of the image would be awesome! Obviously, the most important thing, is that every hard drive has its own encryption password at the end …
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@anisgh Don’t think there is any way you can automate this using FOG as it is right now.
It might be possible to use pre-deployment scripting to setup LUKS encryption on the device and then deploy the image to the encrypted LUKS containers on disk. But I am sure there is a lot you need to fiddle with to get this going. Give it a try and keep us posted.
Post deployment encryption is not that much an option I find. While this can be done on Windows (VeraCrypt or Bitlocker) I have not found a good way to do this on an already installed Linux system yet.