Loopback Encrypted Filesystem HOWTO
Copyright by Ryan T. Rhea,
v1.1, 29 November 1999
This document explains how to setup and then use a filesystem
that, when mounted by a user, dynamically and transparently
encrypts its contents. The filesystem is stored in a regular
file, which can be hidden or named non-conspicuously such that it
would most likely be overlooked. This allows for a high level of
secure storage of data.
Archived Document Notice: This document has been archived by the LDP
because it does not apply to modern Linux systems. It is no longer
being actively maintained.