** On Feb 18, H. Peter Anvin scribbled:
> > Are there any patches for the kernel, or userland solutions which
> > allow a user to mount an encrypted filesystem (perhaps through
> > loopback) which while mounted, root cannot read? Or is this
> > concept beyond Linux currently?
> > I'm thinking of the case where the superuser can admin the
> > machine but due to confidentiality, the data must not be readable
> > by root under any circumstance. Possible?
> While mounted? No. Root has access to the entire machine and
Why not? Just never decrypt data on fs read. Feed the client with encrypted
data and leave it to them to decrypt it.
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