ObjectiveFS provides client-side encryption, which encrypts the data on your server before it is sent to the object store. The data stays encrypted in transit and at rest. The client-side encryption is always enabled.
For enterprise users, ObjectiveFS also supports server-side encryption on AWS using Amazon S3-managed encryption keys (SSE-S3) and AWS KMS-managed encryption keys (SSE-KMS). This guide describes how to set up ObjectiveFS to run with Amazon S3 Managed Keys
In /etc/objectivefs.env, create a file named
AWS_SERVER_SIDE_ENCRYPTION with content as
$ cat /etc/objectivefs.env/AWS_SERVER_SIDE_ENCRYPTION AES256
$ sudo mount.objectivefs create myfs $ sudo mount.objectivefs myfs /ofs
by ObjectiveFS staff, January 6, 2016
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