This was an interesting read: Do you trust your HDD? Do you realize that it runs its own OS - capable of intercepting everything yoy read and write? How do you verify security in that scenario? http://spritesmods.com/?art=hddhack
Alan Cox recently commented that unless you have full source for all your firmware - you can't very well verify that your setup is secure. I just didn't think of how much hardware depends on firmware. (It seems even SD cards have firmware and an ARM core.)
So I saw this Kickstarter for Lima (was Plug) for a shared storage at home, and I figured I'd want to do that with my Pi. It's easy enough to set up a shared drive, but getting it to sync folders over an encrypted connection is a bit more of a challenge (I suppose using rsync would be a way to go). Getting the folders synced to a mobile device is definitely beyond me ATM. And only syncing what you have been using lately, and let you download the rest when you want it is brilliant (but it kinda rules out rsync).
Has anyone around here done anything similar? Or interested in starting to screw around?
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