On February 16, 2020 11:17:06 AM EST, Leon Fauster via CentOS <centos at centos.org> wrote: >Am 16.02.20 um 16:46 schrieb Subscriber: >> >> ----- On Feb 16, 2020, at 5:18 PM, H agents at meddatainc.com wrote: >> >>> I wonder if it is possible to set up an encrypted "file container" >on a CentOS >>> VPS? >> >> Yes. You can create LUKS-container on CentOS VPS. >> >>> I am the root user of the VPS but the hosting company also has >access to >>> the VPS and thus all files. Is it possible to create a >LUKS-container on the >>> VPS and those files only be accessible by me? IOW, most of the file >system on >>> the VPS would be regular file system but the container could be used >by me as >>> needed. This would allow the VPS to reboot normally, I could ssh in >normally >>> etc etc. I would rsync files as needed to this LUKS-container >though. >>> > >The threat does not change while using an open "LUKS-container". So, >this does not address your threat model. Something that is only "open" >on the client side will be more appropriate ... what is your usage >scenario? > >-- >Leon > > > >_______________________________________________ >CentOS mailing list >CentOS at centos.org >https://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos Ok, understood. I am just paranoid at a "normal" level.