StegFS is a steganographic file system for Linux. It offers security beyond that afforded by a regular cryptographic file system, since it not only encrypts data, but also provides a plausible deniability mechanism by securely hiding the data. It is designed to give the user a very high level of protection against being compelled to disclose its contents. StegFS extends the standard Linux file system (ext2fs), allowing normal and several levels of hidden files to coexist. This allows some data to remain hidden even if some of the keys are compromised.
|Tags||Security Cryptography Filesystems|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release can be compiled without recompiling the entire kernel. It adds AES/Rijndael support (and other AES finalists) and various small bugfixes.
Release Notes: Various fixes for use with the 2.2.18 kernel.
Release Notes: A fix for a bad 2.2.13-to-2.2.14 patch.
Release Notes: Various bugfixes were made, mmap support was added and a more flexible security level design has been implemented. Can now be used with the International Kernel Patch.
Release Notes: Initial release.