Hi all, I was reading this article about LUKS security: https://mjg59.dreamwidth.org/66429.html
In short it says we should be using LUKS2 + argon2id for modern luks encryption and explains how to check your currently installed system.
Here it shows “version: 1” (should be 2) and “Key Slot: enabled” (instead of argon2id). Now, I don’t know if the installer in the current iso uses a different luks version, as I installed EOS a long time ago… I might just reinstall but if it uses the same version then I think I’ll try the “convert” steps detailed in the article and hope for the best…
What do you think? Do you know what are the luks settings in Nova-03-2023_R3 ?
Endeavouros is using luks1 because grub doesn’t support luks2 + argonid.
Thanks for your reply! Maybe then luks2 could be made the default if systemd-boot is chosen in the installer?
Yes, i have actually been considering that option.
However, Calamares doesn’t support that easily so i would need to do some work to implement it.
The comments in that article suggest that GRUB shouldn’t have problems with luks2 if /boot is unencrypted, since once the kernel is loaded it’s in charge of unlocking the volumes. So that would be another possibility, i.e. if you keep the boot partition unencrypted you can use luks2.
It’s the only time when i’ll say that soystemd is better than grub at something…And something important.
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