Protect your grub by applying a password to it (grub-md5-crypt is broken)

On August 20, 2009, in grub, password, protect, by Dipin Krishna

Maybe you want the user to enter a password in order to boot the Recovery Mode or your secondary OS. You have to set that password in the /boot/grub/menu.lst – for higher security you should crypt your password with md5. You have two ways to do that. The first one might-not work for all. 1. […]

 

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