[tor-relays] FreeBSD 11.1 ZFS Tor Image
otheontelth at protonmail.com
Tue Feb 27 17:09:36 UTC 2018
Why would it be important to encrypt the storage of your tor server?
For me this looks like it only complicates things if law enforcement wants to take a look at your server and the cloud provider should be able to break the encryption relative easy or can simply take a memory dump
On 26 February 2018 11:27 PM, Conrad Rockenhaus <conrad at rockenhaus.com> wrote:
> > snip
> > I wonder if people hosting Tor relays in any sort of VPS are doing
> > filesystem encryption.
> I can tell you on OVH, a basic level VPS (one for $5.00/mo) is not encrypted.
> If a customer is willing to spend $7.00/mo more for an additional partition,
> they will be able to have storage to encrypt the the Tor relay information at
> On the Cloud side, you encrypt the primary volume, so all storage is encrypted
> at rest.
> I can't speak of any of the other providers that provide BSD VPSes or BSD
> Cloud Instances.
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