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comment How to secure a truecrypt container allowing access with multiple SSH public keys?
I have to admit what you suggest is what I am trying to avoid. I do not want a 2-step-authentification as you described with the master key. I would like to leave every user with its own passphrase - no more.
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comment How to secure a truecrypt container allowing access with multiple SSH public keys?
I am not so much afraid of any changes. The container can sit in a versioned folder such as provided by Dropbox which allows to recover older versions. I agree it would be nice to have versioned contend but not a must.
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