[dm-crypt] No key available for this passphrase
arno at wagner.name
Fri Jan 25 22:50:43 CET 2013
On Fri, Jan 25, 2013 at 07:57:59PM +0000, Sebastian wrote:
> Arno Wagner <arno at ...> writes:
> > That is far too low. Your key-slot has been compromised.
> > Have a look specifically at offset 0x10000, the problem seems
> > to be only in the 512 bytes starting there.
> > You can use option -v to get a hex-dump of that sector.
> Well, it could have come to my mind to look at this address...
> Offset 0x10000:
> 0000000 gpt LUKS�� ext4dev extended linux-swap(v1) linux-swap(new)
> linux-swap(v0) linux-swap(old) hfs hfs+ ReIsEr4 LABELONE LVM2 _BHRfS_M
> - The file system is damaged linux-swap ufs create new %1 file system udevsettle
> udevsettle --timeout= udevadm settle --timeout= set partition type on %1 new
> partition type: %1 using libparted shrink file system grow file system resize
> file system delete partition Unable to find mount point ======================
> libparted : ^(/[^ ]+) create empty partition path: %1 calW
Urks. Looks like a fragment from a menu or script?
> How on earth did that end up here and what could have caused it?
> After this it looks perfectly random again...
As expected. The entropy-test is pretty sensitive.
Arno Wagner, Dr. sc. techn., Dipl. Inform., Email: arno at wagner.name
GnuPG: ID: CB5D9718 FP: 12D6 C03B 1B30 33BB 13CF B774 E35C 5FA1 CB5D 9718
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