An anonymous reader writes "Security-minded laptop users live in fear of theft, not only of their computer but also of their precious secret data. NetBSD's CGD project is a cryptographic virtual disk that can protect sensitive data while acting like a normal filesystem. Recently its author, Roland Dowdeswell, was interviewed and provided a lot of details, and made a comparison with Linux's Loop-AES, FreeBSD's GBDE, OpenBSD's svnd. This is a must-read for any laptop owner (and paranoid androids)!"
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