I have to achieve something, which apparently I never had to do before. I have an external drive for some backups to be stored that originate from an NTFS system. I would like to store the backup encrypted but want to be able to access it from my Fedora Linux machine(s) as well as from the MS Win machines.
I did a little bit of research and it seems that there are not many solutions out there that have clients for GNU/Linux and MS Win 10.
Actually, I think VeraCrypt is the only one that can offer what I need.
Could someone confirm that their client is stable and reliable on Fedora?
I also read that recent
cryptsetup releases can read and write to BitLocker volumes but the support seems to be experimental and that, in my opition, sounds to too dangerous for a backup. Does anyone have any experience with cryptsetup access to Bitlocker volumes on Fedora?
Or are there any Windows tools that can read/write to LUKS/dm-crypt encrypted drives?
Or should I rather give up on the idea of accessing this drive from Windows and Linux?
Any hints are appreciated.