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Re: Preventing Single user mode booting
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: Preventing Single user mode booting
- From: marshray_(_at_)_mindspring_(_dot_)_com
- Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2001 23:21:32 -0400
I'm pretty much an OpenBSD newbie, but I'll guess that the answer
is no. If someone can boot their custom floppy, nothing, short of
encryption, you change on the hard drive is necessary to mount the
I suppose you could recompile the kernel, changing the filesystem
code to use some slightly different, incompatible, data structures.
However, someone might could be consider a (really lame) form of
encryption, which you have clearly ruled out.
On 18 Apr 2001, at 22:03, Chris Cameron wrote:
> Simply put, whats the best way to prevent someone with only physical
> access from reading whats on my Hard Drive? I'm pretty sure if it came to
> it someone could just pop the drive into another machine, but I'm not all
> too concerned about that, I'm more looking at if someone were to boot it
> with a disk to put it in single user mode.
> Is this possible?
> Encrypting files isn't an option.. Or encrypting select files.
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