I have a question in regards of the Parrot Security Installer. I really like the idea to avoid swap partition and that we can use encrypted lvm with btrfs file system but I miss one thing. Working with gentoo we always used different partition for system folders so we could maintain better resources access control. How difficult would be to provide as default option an encrypted boot partition and advanced layout with a btrfs subvolumes for /var /home and other mount points of system folders so we could apply permissions to each of in fstab? I know that new grub versions allow to bot from an encrypted boot partition - could we use this in Parrot?
with Kind Regards