05/03/2018 (Thu) 18:46:38
That's pretty obvious, but thanks you.
I was more talking about hardware.
The problem with the chromebook is that the hard drive is an SSD, soldered to the mainboard. So there is no way to destroy the SSD without breaking the computer. Obviously, I don't have such needs, but still, I want as much opsec as possible.
Moreover, I always heard that you should never use a SSD with encryption.
And, you cannot install an HDD, nor actually anything. So it's literaly throwable.
You only can use SD cards.
So technically, if you want to rightly use encryption, you'll have to buy an SD card on which you're gonna install and encrypt everything. You'll have to ignore the SSD since you can't remove it.
Libreboot, I mean, it's /tech/, who here is gonna buy anything preinstalled. We do it ourselves.