Not a 1PW question, but as it is a security matter I thought some of the forum members might be able to help.
I know how to ensure that a partition does not mount at startup (using a /etc/fstab file, and the UUID of the partition).
However, as far as I can see, if the partition is encrypted one is still asked for the encryption key during the startup process. Does anyone know of a way to avoid this prompt coming up?
The idea is to completely hide the existence of the partition from sufficiently casual outsiders/thieves. They would have to be fairly casual, as disk size would give a clue, or Disk Utility would reveal the existence of the partition. But as it stands the request for the encryption key is just too big a clue, and I would like to get rid of it.
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