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Originally Posted by fatalsaint View Post
If they can just plop in a Linux Live-CD and mount my drive and see everything... totally defeats the purpose of the encryption anyway.. and the option may as well not even exist. From what I'm seeing - the "security" code is nothing more than security through obscurity. You're just "hoping" they don't know they can just "crack" it like that.
Is the /dev/mtd1 drive accessible when the device is locked over mass storage or any other mode?

Also, it's not so much that DES is weak... it's that the password is only numerical and probably 5 digits. If it was alphanum and 8+ chars it would take eternity to crack for any practical purpose
(Unless you're against the NSA, in which case you shouldn't be trusting only this level of security ... well, and just hide under a rock :P)

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