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    [all variants] Re: Nautilus MASSIVE security fail?

    @MG&TL - that's the kind of answer I was looking for, I'll deal with that in a second. Let me first deal with some of the people who ironically think I'm an idiot.

    @haqking - you already agree...
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    [all variants] Re: Nautilus MASSIVE security fail?

    @dcstar - thanks, I am strongly tempted to do so. But I wanted to come to the forum first to see if I was missing something obvious. I'm not currently convinced by any of the counter arguments...
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    [all variants] Re: Nautilus MASSIVE security fail?

    @fdrake I do trust my home system, in that I believe it is not currently compromised. That doesn't stop me from believing my home-folder encryption to be weaker than that of my TrueCrypt volume, if...
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    [all variants] Re: Nautilus MASSIVE security fail?

    @snowpine - I understand what open source is. It should be clear from my workaround, a symlink to /dev/shm, that I'm not exactly a unix noob, either.

    I am quite aware that I can use another...
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    [all variants] Re: Nautilus MASSIVE security fail?

    @mc4man - Here are two examples. One of these thumbnails gives away the content of my project, and the other shows a blonde woman with my horse. Fortunately the project is fictitious, and the...
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    [all variants] Re: Nautilus MASSIVE security fail?

    Guys, thanks for your input.

    @rnerwein - I can't agree. If I have a volume on my disk that is suitably encrypted, it doesn't matter if you have physical access to the box, my stuff is still...
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    [all variants] Nautilus MASSIVE security fail?

    Doesn't anybody else think it is a MASSIVE security fail that Nautilus quietly thumbnails all opened files in a single place? I can plug in a USB, or mount an encrypted volume, read some documents...
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    [lubuntu] Re: 12.10 installation FDE password bug

    You're right about the second part - I suspect the problem is to do with key maps. For instance I'm installing in a VirtualBox guest and I need to select US-Dvorak manually - if I do the auto-detect...
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    [lubuntu] 12.10 installation FDE password bug

    On installing Lubuntu 12.10 I selected full disk encryption and was asked for a password. The password quality indicator on the right went from short to weak to fair to strong and then, as I typed...
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