How to prevent data leak from
Is there a simple way to configure automatic mounting of
/tmp during boot, in a way that files are written to the disk withoug leaving recoverable data after the computer is turned off? Like
ecryptfs with a random key for instance...
I'm using Ubuntu 10.10.
I don't use Full-Disk Encryption because unattended boot is important for me. I'm OK with the system files being unencrypted. My concern is that personal data, internet browsing, etc, eventually touches the disk unencrypted because is written to
/tmp by some applications.
I cannot use
ramfs because I am short of RAM (I don't want to use swap).
Application-level solution are not acceptable because I cannot guarantee (and don't want to) that every single applications will be configured so as not to write to