FooCrypt, A Tale of Cynical Cyclical Encryption. : FooCrypt.9.0.0.Core.Live.Linux : For ANYWHERE on ANYTHING

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FooCrypt, A Tale of Cynical Cyclical Encryption

FooCrypt.9.0.0.Core.Live.Linux

For ANYWHERE on ANYTHING

 

​FooCrypt.9.0.0.Core.Live.Linux is THE Secure Ecosystem that provides you with the freedom and comfort in knowing that your

data was encrypted / decrypted in an environment, designed with security in mind.

 

Designed and Built on a 64 bit Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS Desktop Environments With either Legacy or EFI Boot Options.

The Live Version Of FooCrypt.9.0.0.Core is a Live ISO Image instance  :

Cubic Build System

  • 64 bit Linux Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS Desktop

*Containing Live Linux SOE Customisation’s with :

FooCrypt.X.Y.Z.OpenSSL.Linux [ OpenSSL 1.1.1[l-q], 3.0.[0-5] ]

-> /opt/FooCrypt/mOpenSSL -B /opt/FooCrypt-OpenSSL -c
STATUS  : Runtime Options          : mOpenSSL -B /opt/FooCrypt-OpenSSL -c
STATUS  :
STATUS  : PATH                     : /usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/bin:/sbin:/opt/local/bin:/usr/local/bin
STATUS  : LD_LIBRARY_PATH          : /usr/lib64:/usr/lib32:/usr/lib
STATUS  :
STATUS  : OpenSSL                  : /usr/bin/openssl
STATUS  : OpenSSL Version          : OpenSSL 1.1.1f  31 Mar 2020
STATUS  : Loaded OpenSSL Libraries :
STATUS  :        linux-vdso.so.1 (0x00007ffe587bb000)
STATUS  :        libssl.so.1.1 => /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libssl.so.1.1 (0x00007fb72355c000)
STATUS  :        libcrypto.so.1.1 => /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libcrypto.so.1.1 (0x00007fb723286000)
STATUS  :        libpthread.so.0 => /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libpthread.so.0 (0x00007fb723263000)
STATUS  :        libc.so.6 => /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6 (0x00007fb723071000)
STATUS  :        libdl.so.2 => /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libdl.so.2 (0x00007fb72306b000)
STATUS  :        /lib64/ld-linux-x86-64.so.2 (0x00007fb7236bd000)
STATUS  :
STATUS  : Found /opt/FooCrypt/FooCrypt.Info
STATUS  :
STATUS  : Running mOpenSSL Initialisation Integrity Checks
STATUS  :
STATUS  : Passed mOpenSSL Initialisation Integrity Check 0
STATUS  :
STATUS  : Running Instances of mOpenSSL Under :
STATUS  :
STATUS  : User ID    : 1000
STATUS  : Group ID   : 1000
STATUS  : Process ID : 7526
STATUS  :
STATUS  : UID       GID       PID       PPID      PROG
STATUS  : 1000      1000      7526      3308      /opt/FooCrypt/mOpenSSL
STATUS  :
STATUS  : Passed mOpenSSL Initialisation Integrity Check 1
STATUS  : FooCrypt.Key File Located
STATUS  : /home/foocrypt/FooCrypt/.FooCrypt.Key
STATUS  :
STATUS  : 4.86849e+09
STATUS  :
STATUS  : FooCrypt.Lic File Located
STATUS  : /home/foocrypt/FooCrypt/.FooCrypt.Lic
STATUS  :
STATUS  : U2FsdiV1X182p0hItQPxpfqQG9s4XCBS0HiJEgi9stzgbqCSU95Vpsc25UX3g2df
STATUS  : hv9U1kgiGkBvS3eW8q5zghDCFmhR2CF7X1LNI0tdkTfPpum8sXFXsyebj1B9HtvH
STATUS  :
STATUS  :
STATUS  : System_Serial=20220923174404:BuildTest:BuildTest@FooCrypt.Net
STATUS  :
STATUS  :
STATUS  : FooCrypt, A Tale Of Cynical Cyclical Encryption.
STATUS  : FooCrypt.X.Y.Z.Core.Linux
STATUS  : CopyRight © Cryptopocalypse 1980 - 2022, All Rights Reserved.
STATUS  : BuildTest License Verified
STATUS  : FooCrypt.X.Y.Z.Core.Linux, BuildTest Expiration Date : 20220923174404
STATUS  :
STATUS  :
STATUS  : Setting BaseDir to /opt/FooCrypt-OpenSSL
STATUS  :
STATUS  : FOUND	: /opt/FooCrypt-OpenSSL/Linux/bin_64/openssl-1.1.1l/bin/openssl : OpenSSL 1.1.1l  24 Aug 2021
STATUS  : FOUND	: /opt/FooCrypt-OpenSSL/Linux/bin_64/openssl-1.1.1m/bin/openssl : OpenSSL 1.1.1m  14 Dec 2021
STATUS  : FOUND	: /opt/FooCrypt-OpenSSL/Linux/bin_64/openssl-1.1.1n/bin/openssl : OpenSSL 1.1.1n  15 Mar 2022
STATUS  : FOUND	: /opt/FooCrypt-OpenSSL/Linux/bin_64/openssl-1.1.1o/bin/openssl : OpenSSL 1.1.1o  3 May 2022
STATUS  : FOUND	: /opt/FooCrypt-OpenSSL/Linux/bin_64/openssl-1.1.1p/bin/openssl : OpenSSL 1.1.1p  21 Jun 2022
STATUS  : FOUND	: /opt/FooCrypt-OpenSSL/Linux/bin_64/openssl-1.1.1q/bin/openssl : OpenSSL 1.1.1q  5 Jul 2022
STATUS  : FOUND	: /opt/FooCrypt-OpenSSL/Linux/bin_64/openssl-3.0.0/bin/openssl : OpenSSL 3.0.0 7 sep 2021 (Library: OpenSSL 3.0.0 7 sep 2021)
STATUS  : FOUND	: /opt/FooCrypt-OpenSSL/Linux/bin_64/openssl-3.0.1/bin/openssl : OpenSSL 3.0.1 14 Dec 2021 (Library: OpenSSL 3.0.1 14 Dec 2021)
STATUS  : FOUND	: /opt/FooCrypt-OpenSSL/Linux/bin_64/openssl-3.0.2/bin/openssl : OpenSSL 3.0.2 15 Mar 2022 (Library: OpenSSL 3.0.2 15 Mar 2022)
STATUS  : FOUND	: /opt/FooCrypt-OpenSSL/Linux/bin_64/openssl-3.0.3/bin/openssl : OpenSSL 3.0.3 3 May 2022 (Library: OpenSSL 3.0.3 3 May 2022)
STATUS  : FOUND	: /opt/FooCrypt-OpenSSL/Linux/bin_64/openssl-3.0.4/bin/openssl : OpenSSL 3.0.4 21 Jun 2022 (Library: OpenSSL 3.0.4 21 Jun 2022)
STATUS  : FOUND	: /opt/FooCrypt-OpenSSL/Linux/bin_64/openssl-3.0.5/bin/openssl : OpenSSL 3.0.5 5 Jul 2022 (Library: OpenSSL 3.0.5 5 Jul 2022)
STATUS  :
STATUS  :
STATUS  : Removing Temporary Directory : /home/foocrypt/FooCrypt/20220911151104_FooCryptDev_mOpenSSL
STATUS  :
STATUS  :
STATUS  :
STATUS  : mOpenSSL_RunTime       : 1 Seconds
STATUS  : mOpenSSL_RunTime       : 0 Days, 0 Hours, 0 Minutes, 1 Second
STATUS  :
STATUS  : mOpenSSL_Exit_Code_0
STATUS  :

 

UEFI_20.04.3_LTS.FooCrypt.9.0.0.Core.Live.Linux.zip

Which can easily be burned onto a 4GB USB Disk to enable compatible PC’s to boot from the USB Disk and take full advantage of the FooCrypt.9.0.0.Core.Live.Linux ISO.

​The FooCrypt.9.0.0.Core.Live.Linux ISO can also be easily used to boot up a virtual machine running in your hypervisor of choice so that you have direct access to FooCrypt.9.0.0.Core.Live.Linux from your current desktop environment.

​Simply install your hypervisor’s tool set into the FooCrypt.9.0.0.Core.Live.Linux ISO instance, and share a local direct into the VM, and you have the most secure method available on a single PC to encrypt / decrypt your data. No need to add any physical disks into the VM for FooCrypt to utilise, as 4GB of memory, and 2-4 virtualised cores from your CPU, will provide you with a totally secure environment.

FooCrypt.9.0.0.Core.Live.Linux boots by DEFAULT denies all inbound network traffic and allows outbound network traffic so it is totally secure from the network side, thereby providing only local physical desktop access from your current operating system.

​FooCrypt.9.0.0.Core.Live.Linux will provide you with the freedom and comfort in knowing that your encrypted data was encrypted / decrypted in an environment, designed with security in mind.

By Default,

FooCrypt.9.0.0.Core.Live.Linux boots with the firewall denies all inbound and allows outbound traffic.
​FooCrypt.9.0.0.Core.Live.Linux does NOT require any physical hard disk drive’s.
​FooCrypt.9.0.0.Core.Live.Linux requires access to the serial number of the Licensing Dongle ( NOT the filesystems ).

Requirements :

Zip to extract the iso image from Downloaded Zip file
Access to the UNIX dd command or equivalent tool ( i.e.: uNetBootin ) to create the Live USB Disk Bootable Disk
[ dd if=( Live Linux ISO ) of=/dev/( USB Disk Device ) bs=1m ]

4GB RAM ( Virtual Machine Instance )
​A USB Disk ( Licensing Dongle )
​Mouse
​KeyBoard where Software KeyBoard isn’t required

or

Zip to extract the iso image from the Zip file
​Access to the UNIX dd command or equivalent tool ( i.e.: uNetBootin ) to create the Live USB Disk Bootable Disk
​[ dd if=( Live Linux ISO ) of=/dev/( USB Disk Device ) bs=1m ]

​Compatible hardware which can support running Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS
Compatible hardware which can support Booting From A DVD / USB
​A USB Disk ( Licensing Dongle )
​Mouse
​KeyBoard where Software KeyBoard isn’t required

Check out the documentation @ https://foocrypt.xyz/

Once you have completed your purchase, place the serial number of the hardware into the note to seller box as per the Licensing Dongle Instructions : https://foocrypt.xyz/licensing–dongle.html​

Time To Take Away The ‘Common Flaws

Have You tried The FooKey Method ?

https://foocrypt.xyz/the-fookey-method.html

Once you have completed your purchase, place the serial number of the Licensing Dongle into the note to seller box or supply the details at a later date from the email addressed registered to the purchase.

“FooCrypt, A Tale of Cynical Cyclical Encryption.” is aimed at hardening several commonly used Symmetric Encryption methods so that they are hardened to a standard that is commonly termed ‘QUANTUM ENCRYPTION’.

 

64 Bit Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS Desktop

64 Bit Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS Standard Installing To A Disk

 

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