benefit of mounting luks encrypted partition at boot
I would like to start by saying I know how to create a luks encrypted partition, and also having it automount on boot (with and without asking for passphrase at boot)
My question is this: The entire purpose of luks encryption is to force a passphrase in order to mount (more security)
If I were to do a luksAddKey and have the partition automount at boot without requesting a passphrase... is the partition still more secure than a non-encrypted partition?
Otherwise it seems as if putting a luks encrypted partition in the fstab is a terrible idea, unless you're always infront of the console, and not remote...