Matt Lavigne is an assembly, C, and C++ programmer. He is a strong supporter of encryption, privacy, and software freedom. He is studying mechanical engineering.
MADDES Secret Lair
Would you like to have Fort Knox level security with an invisibility cloak for the data on your computer? Do you want to have a better security solution than the standard encryption offered for a GNU/Linux OS? Then check out MADDES Secret Lair, where Matt will demonstrate how it allows for full disk encryption (FDE) with "/boot" for a GNU/Linux OS with plausible deniability on a computer. This includes support for many features, including Linux Unified Key Setup, VeraCrypt, multi-boot different operating systems, and the GNU GRUB boot loader. MADDES Secret Lair supports both BIOS and UEFI and allows for installing the boot loader on a USB. The enhanced auto generation of the boot loader and initramfs (update-initramfs) allows for system updates to function as normal. This is possible using nonstandard GRUB, cryptsetup, systemd, and such. This workshop provides step-by-step demonstrations, allowing attendees of all skill levels to follow along.