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    SubjectRe: [PATCH encrypted swsusp 1/3] core functionality
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    On Wed, Apr 13, 2005 at 02:59:28PM +0200, Andreas Steinmetz wrote:
    > Herbert Xu wrote:
    > > What's wrong with using swap over dmcrypt + initramfs? People have
    > > already used that to do encrypted swsusp.
    >
    > Nothing. The problem is the fact that after resume there is then
    > unencrypted(*) data on disk that should never have been there, e.g.
    > dm-crypt keys, ssh keys, ...

    Why is that? In the case of swap over dmcrypt, swsusp never reads/writes
    the disk directly. All operations are done through dmcrypt.

    The user has to enter a password before the system can be resumed.
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