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    Format partition as ext4 and setting overhead to 0%

    Need to format an external hard drive partition. It's not a system drive/partition so no system log files will be written to it. (who uses an external hard drive to write system log files anyway?) By default when you format a partition as ext4, the system reserves 5% of the disk space. So, only...
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    Problems with WPA/WPA2 encryption with tools like airodump-ng

    Hi, I am new here and I hope this is the right place for this thread. I just started to play around with Kali-Linux and its WiFi tools. So I took two wireless routers, I had at home and started playing around with tools like airodump-ng, wifite, airgeddon. I use an Alfa AR9271 as wireless...
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    second encrypted and mounted operating system

    Good day all I am currently working on a project where the goal is to have a second operating system (Kali Linux) encrypted and mountable/unmountable on a Ubuntu system. All work must be kept on the encrypted partition and nothing can be installed or held on the Ubuntu operating system. There...
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    Unable to mount External Encrypted Hard Drive(256-bit AES)

    Hello guys. I recently installed the Ubuntu 18.04 lts, and I'm trying to mount an external Hard Drive of 500 Gb encrypted with 256-bit AES. After a lot of research and tries(...,cryptsetup), I wasn't able to do it. I know Ubuntu can detect the external Hard Drive... https://imgur.com/a/5YaaU2q...
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    Encrypt file system without interaction on boot

    I want to encrypt kali in such a way that it is protected, but you also do not have to enter a password when you boot the computer. I know this is possible on Windows with the TPM chip. I am wondering if there is a similar way of doing this for Kali?
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    Using PTT (firmware version of TPM) for encryption

    I want to encrypt my file system and boot without any interaction (without having to enter a password). I know you can do this through a TPM (as shown by these tutorials: http://resources.infosecinstitute.com/linux-tpm-encryption/) but I am not sure how to do this with a PTT (Intel's firmware...