PD idea I havent seen-hide in plain sight

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by networkguy66, Aug 2, 2009.

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  1. networkguy66

    networkguy66 Registered Member

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    Hi guys...looooong time reader, first post :)

    There are several threads (well, dozens) about possible issues using a hidden volume in Truecrypt. I think Ive thought of an easy solution: Most people nowadays have several partitions on their systems...I know I do. First, keep a container somewhere, this will be your "honey pot", or to actually keep important stuff on...bank statements, run MS Money or similar from here, etc. Then, keep a seperate partition of whatever size, and make that entire partition encrypted.

    Now, even if rubber hosed, your plausable deniability is this: here's the password for my (obvious) TC container. The seperate partition is set aside to try out Linux distros. See the 3 or 4 I have on disk already? I simply wipe that partition when Im ready to install a new one.

    So am I being too simple? Where are the holes?
     
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