About a week ago I setup Manjaro Linux in dualboot mode for my mobile device (Worst Linux installation of my life, but that’s another story). And as one should encrypt their mobile devices, I did that during the installation in callamares
Today I realized, that I want to change my password. Therefore I found Change LUKS encryption password - Change LUKS encryption password - TUXEDO Computers (thanks for Change the encryption password - #2 by mithrial) and was a bit digging in my system. So I issued
sudo cryptsetup luksDump /dev/sdb2. And then I got the desired output. And inspecting it I’ve seen something off:
There are two Key Slots enabled (0,1) But I only set one password! Using
cryptsetup --verbose open --test-passphrase /dev/sdb2 I found that my Key is in Slot 0.
Therefore I’m asking the following question: Is this the desired behavior by the developers? Is a bug known that does that? Am I the only one finding that suspicious?
Thank you for your inputs in advance.