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Hello I am trying to create a folder locking application . In which if folder is locked.Only way to open that folder i by entering the password even root should ...
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    Is it possible to deny super user to access a file/folder in linux.


    Hello
    I am trying to create a folder locking application .
    In which if folder is locked.Only way to open that folder i by entering the password even root should not be able to open it.
    Is it Possible

    Any Guidance is Appreciated

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    First thing that comes to mind would be encryption. By encrypting the directory with a password the only way to access its content is to have the password. Root can access everything except something that is encrypted.

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