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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0004756||Kali Linux||[All Projects] General Bug||public||2018-05-08 16:23||2018-09-12 07:30|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0004756: Kali Live + Encrypted Persistance (HDD & USB encrypted partition)|
there is a bug (?) in booting LIVE KALI (from USB) with encrypt. pers. storage.
On my PC at home I have HDD with Kali + Windows on it. My kali partition is encrypted by LUKS Encryption (version 1).
Also I have a usb flash drive with partitions:
1) Kali Live (4gb)
2) Kali - persisted storage - LUKS Encrypted (20gb).
So, when booting KALI LIVE from USB with encryp.persis.storage mode - your script (here might be a bug!) loops through ALL AVAILABLE disks on PC and prompts a decryption password for ALL ENCRYPTED disks. So, when I trying just to boot my encrypted flash -> I MUST DECRYPT PARTITIONS on my HDD also!
I there possibility to LOOP over partitions of USB drive ONLY?
|Steps To Reproduce||* 1 HDD with fully installed Kali + Encrypted partition|
* USB with Kali LIVE + Encrypted partition
* boot pc from USB -> kali + encryp.persis.storage