|Basically, I want to encrypt my harddrive, but I'm slightly concerned about how I go about this, so I thought I would ask for some advice.|
I want to use Truecrypt/Veracrypt (tried both) but they say they don't support multiboot on 1 drive. Diskcryptor doesn't work with Linux.
Would it be possible to choose Single Boot because of my set up, and have it boot to the drive with the bootloader and let it go from there?
Windows 8.1 64bit
Windows 7 64bit
400MB System Partition NTFS (don't think it has a boot flag)
450GB Windows 8.1 Partition NTFS
200GB Windows 7 Partition NFTS
50GB Linux Partition NTFS (logical)
63MB "Drive Paths" Partition (which I could remove, for putting all those paths for avoiding drive letters in)
Windows 8.1 Graphical Bootloader with FastBoot
To choose Windows 7, the system reboots and loads Win7 straight away
To choose Debian, the system reboots, loads GRUB then starts Debian
I would like to have a "encryption blanket" over all this so boot goes like
TrueCrypt (asks only for password) ----> Windows 8.1 Bootloader --> Windows 8.1 (FastBoot)
I'd like to retain Fastboot and the Windows 8.1 Bootloader if possible as Windows 8.1 is used the most.
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