I encrypted my swap with ecryptfs, but sometimes when I boot during the splash screen it says the swap is not encrypted, then it disappears. How can I check if it is encrypted?
Only my $HOME files are encrypted. What can be done about the information that leaks into system directories like /var/log? To where does it leak? How can I clean them systematically?
Supposing the answer to number 2 is that it leaks a lot, is full HD encryption a better option to solve this? If yes, what free program to use, since ecryptfs does not have this option?
You should really ask one question at a time, instead of 3 together.
You can see your swap partitions with:
And you can see your device-mapper encrypted swap partition configuration with:
As long as all of your swap partitions listed in
Home Directory Encryption is only meant to protect the data you store in your home directory, and is intended as a balance among security, usability, and performance. Various bits of system information "leak" (as you say) to