Re: overlayfs vs. fscrypt

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Am Mittwoch, 13. März 2019, 17:13:52 CET schrieb James Bottomley:
> > What do you mean by "containment breaches by other tenants"?  Note
> > that while the key is added, fscrypt doesn't prevent access to the
> > encrypted files.
> You mean it's not multiuser safe?  Even if user a owns the key they add
> user b can still see the decrypted contents?

If user a reads the file before, yes. Then user b sees it because the contents
got cached.
That's why you need still make sure that your access control is sane.


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