promike1987 at gmail.com
Sun Sep 27 20:20:40 CEST 2015
Ok, so it just probably weakens the security, as I can add less secure
passphrases, and this case the other slot would be the weakest link.
On the other hand I will have two passphrases and it's less likely to
forget/lose 2 passphrases at once.
The source that that's a good idea:
Or do you suggest a key file rather than a Diceware passphrase which
would be written down on paper? Or just one passphrase, because you
don't agree with this practice.
On 15-09-27 16:51:12, Michael Kjörling wrote:
> On 27 Sep 2015 18:12 +0200, from promike1987 at gmail.com (Mike Nagie):
> > I'm going to set a very strong master passphrase /.../ after that I
> > add another LUKS key which is the same password as my account's.
> Why? What do you hope to achieve by doing that?
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