I have a large number(>50GB) of files I want to back up in encrypted form, and I don't trust the crashplan provided encryption for these files. I'm using
ecryptfs and doing this in my
/sensitive /sensitive-enc ecryptfs defaults 0 0
So files in
sensitive are unencrypted for my local use, and files in
/sensitive-enc are encrypted versions of the files in
sensitive. I've added
/sensitive-enc to my CrashPlan, but their app cannot stat any of the files (apparently they only support fully kernel-space options). I can't change my backup provider, and I can't duplicate all of the files (e.g. encrypt and then back up)
Is there any way to either :
- Make this work as-is in CrashPlan?
- Use a different pass-through encryption that is kernel-only?
To clarify, I'm hoping to not encrypt the source material, but to use a pass-through encryption scheme