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2 major bugs and 1 minor

Posted: Sun Aug 01, 2021 10:40 am
by Dave40
I've encrypted my NVMe SSD - on real hardware (not a VM). So far good performance. 8-)

But there are some bugs I noticed:
  • Secure boot must be turned OFF in the BIOS, otherwise when you install DiskCryptor and restart, Windows 10 will not boot.
  • If you select to use a keyfile to encrypt the Windows drive, you will be locked out.
  • Minor but noticeable bug: it's very hard to see which partition is selected for encrypting. Please use a blue bar to show the selected partition.

Re: 2 major bugs and 1 minor

Posted: Sat Aug 07, 2021 7:45 am
by DavidXanatos
The secure boot thing is a know behavior
I'll look if its possible to get the efi loader signed properly for secure boot.

the key file is a problem indeed, you can put the key file on your uefi partition and set the path in the config file but its not user friendly at all