Reading encryption password with bash
I have two cryptsetup volumes with the same password that I want to open in a bash script, and I want to avoid writing the passphrase twice. I was thinking of using read -s. Is there any security problems with this?
The other alternative would be to have a password file on a small partition encrypted with a passphrase. Then only give the passphrase and let the script open up all encrypted volumes using the password file. However this seems overly complicated. But is it more secure?
Thanks in advance.