Red Hat Magazine provides a "how
on using two passwords with the EncFS encrypted filesystem.
"John Doe is a sales agent. He is using EncFS to protect data on his laptop. This includes day-to-day activities like e-mails, meeting appointments, todo list, etc. He is using secondary password stored on USB stick to protect confidential information. This includes upcoming contract details, company financial information, plans for future products. His laptop is stolen and personal password is guessed using dictionary attacks. John Doe did not pick up a strong password. Corporate data is still safe. The USB stick was not stolen.
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