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macOS-Security-and-Privacy-Guide - A practical guide to securing macOS.

  •    Python

This guide is a collection of techniques for improving the security and privacy of a modern Apple Macintosh computer ("MacBook") and macOS (formerly known as "OS X"). This guide is targeted to “power users” who wish to adopt enterprise-standard security, but is also suitable for novice users with an interest in improving their privacy and security on a Mac.

cryptctl - A disk encryption utility that helps setting up LUKS-based disk encryption using randomly generated keys, and keeps all keys on a dedicated key server

  •    Go

cryptctl is a utility for setting up disk encryption using the popular well-established LUKS method. It generates random numbers to use as encryption keys, and safely keep the keys on a centralised key server. It can encrypt arbitrary directories into encrypted disk partitions. The key server stores all encryption keys in a database directory (by default /var/lib/cryptctl/keydb) and serves the keys via an RPC protocol over TCP (by default on port 3737) to client computers. The key server is the central component of encryption setup, hence it must be deployed with extra physical/network security measures; regular backup of the key database must be carried out to ensure its availability. Communication between key server and client computers is protected by TLS via a certificate, and authorised via a password specified by the system administrator during key server's initial setup.

yubikey-full-disk-encryption - Use YubiKey to unlock a LUKS partition

  •    Shell

This project leverages a YubiKey HMAC-SHA1 Challenge-Response mode for creating strong LUKS encrypted volume passphrases. It can be used in intramfs stage during boot process as well as on running system. In Automatic mode you create custom challenge with 0-64 byte length and store it in cleartext in /etc/ykfde.conf and inside the initramfs image.

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