[Samba] Encrypted samba mount on Linux
admin at draxter.me
Sat Apr 1 00:52:47 UTC 2017
That's great news. Pretty recent commit. Which kernel version (onward)
is it in?
On 01/04/17 00:49, Steve French wrote:
> Kernel cifs supports encryption!! (Thank you Pavel for good work,
> redoing the transport layer for this!).
> See e.g. this series which was merged a couple months ago into
> mainline Linux kernel:
> mount -t cifs //localhost/test /mnt -o vers=3.0,seal ....
> See attached screenshot of it in action to Samba (just did a quick
> mount and displayed wireshark trace of the data so you could see)
> On Fri, Mar 31, 2017 at 6:39 PM, Jeremy Allison <jra at samba.org
> <mailto:jra at samba.org>> wrote:
> On Sat, Apr 01, 2017 at 12:20:23AM +0100, Draxter via samba wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > My server machine is running samba version 4.4.4 on Linux with 'smb
> > encryption = mandatory' option.
> > My client is a Ubuntu 16.10 Linux machine.
> > I am looking for a way to mount the encrypted samba share on the
> > client machine. I noticed that mount.cifs does not support
> > but smbclient does with an -e flag, however it seems to only be
> > in a ftp-like interface. Is there any way to mount this share with
> > smbclient or any other software that supports encrypted samba
> Sending to Steve, who can explain why he *still*
> hasn't implemented this in cifsfs, depite it being
> designed to his spec. and included in the server since
> Samba 3.2.0....
> Bitter, Moi ? :-).
> Over to you Steve !
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