Re: Encryption cipher used in Red Hat Fedora?
Is there any way for me to check for myself?
When I was using Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit, I enabled BitLocker and BitLocker to Go. I set it to AES-256 with the Elephant Diffuser and I could open up the MS-DOS terminal and type in a command to find out if Bitlocker was turned on and it is enabled and the strength of the cipher.
Can I do the same thing in Red Hat Fedora 16 64 bit GNU/Linux?
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AES 128 bits is still incredibly strong cryptography though.
I used to run Ubuntu 11.10 64 bit GNU/Linux. I downloaded the Alternative Install .ISO and burned it onto a blank CD-R. It allowed me to pick a few ciphers including AES, Blowfish, Serpent and set the cipher strength.
Is there an alternative install .ISO file available for Red Hat Fedora 16 64 bit GNU/Linux?
In other words, is there any way that I can re-install Red Hat Fedora 16 64 bit GNU/Linux and specify the cipher and its strength with the help of a GUI?
Please reply if you can answer my questions.