As far as security goes. That is determined by the fool behind the keyboard. I can break my linux install and unsecure it pretty easy.
Fortress Linux is designed for 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x64) computers. Its kernel and the included software are fully customizable to your needs and can be automatically adjusted to your computer hardware during installation what results into a high performing, stable, compact and energy-efficient operating system.
Wowweeee. :cool: I can encrypt any partition I wish on my installs. Their page though sounds like the bees knees to me (military grade zooowy)
File and harddisk encryption
• Default encryption software and methods exceed most 'Military grade encryption' and can be combined for extreme encryption levels.
• Default encryption ciphers: AES (Rijndael), Serpert and Truecrypt
• Pre-boot, single and multi-factor authorization
• Deniable encryption, hidden containers and key strengthening
• Watermarking, side-channel, brute force and dictionary cracking protection
• Additional file and disk encryption features are included the Fortress Key