Secure Boot For Linux - Done Right

I've developed a secureboot Linux package that basically makes an encrypted container available during the boot process, so that confidential user data can be locked inside this container in one big encrypted file. This package is available as RPM for RedHat-like Linux systems and as a DEB package for all the others as well.

There is a comprehensive tutorial about secure boot for Linux.

File Description Size Fingerprint
secureboot-2.0-1.noarch.rpm Secureboot 2.0 for Fedora, RedHat, Suse and other rpm-based Linux distributions 2079392 Bytes sha1
secureboot-2.0-1.src.rpm Secureboot 2.0 source for rpm-based Linux distributions 2078366 Bytes sha1
secureboot_2.0-1_all.deb Secureboot 2.0 for Ubuntu and other debian-based Linux distributions 2079056 Bytes sha1
secureboot-2.0-1.tar.gz Secureboot 2.0 source tarball to be installed into / 2074664 Bytes sha1