Encrypted Repositories?

Wesley J. Landaker wjl at icecavern.net
Thu Sep 6 18:03:14 CDT 2007


On Thursday 06 September 2007 15:03:57 Ryan Michael wrote:
> Is there any interest in allowing repositories to be encrypted?  When
> working on projects which are either sensitive or private, it would be
> nice to be able to keep everything encrypted so that if someone
> obtained the repository (stolen laptop, hacked server, etc) the
> information would stay secure.

The usual way to do this is just to use an encrypted filesystem. (This is 
pretty easy to set up on both GNU/Linux and Windows.)

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