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5.2. Utilize LUKS Partition Encryption

Since Fedora 9, implementation of Linux Unified Key Setup-on-disk-format(LUKS) encryption has become a lot easier. During the installation process an option to encrypt your partitions will be presented to the user. The user must supply a passphrase that will be the key to unlock the bulk encryption key that will be used to secure the partition's data.
Fedora 8, however, does not have LUKS support built-in; however it is easily implemented. Step-by-step procedures are available that allow the user to implement partition encryption on their Fedora 8 installation.

 
 
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