s.maddox at lantizia.me.uk
Fri Mar 16 14:16:54 CET 2018
I get the impression they want the decryption happening on the end users
Presumably so that if any users got the idea to just 'upload' a file
online - it'd be the encrypted version of that file. Course someone can
just get around that by opening an encrypted file - then just saving it
to a new local location :D
But I don't make the rules around here.
On 16/03/18 13:07, Phil Susi wrote:
> On 3/16/2018 4:11 AM, Steven Maddox wrote:
>> Yeah I just use LUKS on my PC to protect local files, but this is (as
>> above) for files on SMB/Windows shares... sorry for not mentioning that
> I believe you can enable EFS on the windows server and it will handle
> decrypting the file before sending it over SMB. Then you don't need any
> special software or configuration on the clients.
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