I dual boot Linux/Windows 8. In Linux, where I usually work, /home is encrypted, /swap is encrypted, and sensitive files are redundantly encrypted on top of that.
Printing, however, doesn't work on the Linux side, so I need to boot to Win 8 to do that. Win 8 can't see the encrypted files, so I need to decrypt them to some temporary location before printing.
Even if I put the decrypted files on an external drive (on which I will use srm or similar forensic-level-delete tools), I'm concerned that Windows will, at some point in the printing process, write the unencrypted data to the unencrypted Win 8 NTFS partition somewhere, making it theoretically recoverable by someone.
Anyone have any insight on if I should be concerned? If so, how to get this done securely?