Use PK and KEK UEFI keys to crypt a file or partition

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netclic
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Use PK and KEK UEFI keys to crypt a file or partition

Post by netclic » 2020/03/29 09:56:48

Hello,
Would it be possible to use the UEFI keys to crypt a file or a partition.
I have a system on which I would like to crypt an entire data partition and/or some files and I would like to know if I can use the PK/KEK keys stored in UEFI for that.

My goal is to put a bios password, use those keys to crypt my data partition so that it can be mount automatically at boot, but I want to avoid my disk to be read outside of the system on which it is installed.

Thanks for help.
Franck

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