SECURE- Encrypted MacBook – Primary 2x Operating Systems:
– Mac OS
– Linux – Parrot Security OS – For advanced system for security experts – – VM Fusion Professional Version 11.5.1- Virtual Machine
Your Encrypted MacBook  has several layers of encryption and 2x Operating systems.
Mac OS:
The MacBook itself has FileVault Encryption activated, FileVault full-disk encryption (FileVault 2) uses XTS-AES-128 encryption with a 256-bit key to help prevent unauthorised access to the information on your startup disk and and an active firewall. The application firewall is designed to work with Internet protocols most commonly used by applications – TCP and UDP. The firewall will block all in- coming ICMP “pings” by enabling Stealth Mode in Advanced Settings.

Parrot Security OS:
Parrot is a GNU/Linux distribution based on Debian and designed with Security, Development and Privacy in mind, it includes a full portable arsenal for IT security and digital forensics operations, but it also includes everything you need to develop your own programs or protect your privacy while surfing the net and the operating system ships with the MATE desktop environment preinstalled. We have also pre-installed for your convenience, Signal, Wire, ProtonMail, Tor, Electrum mm.

The entire Parrot Os system is encrypted within a VeraCrypt file for further security & can only be accessed through a password protected encrypted virtual machine.

VM Fusion Professional Version:

VMware Fusion Professional is a restricted and encrypted virtual machine in which Parrot Security OS has been integrated & secured, 2 types of keys are used for encryption of VMware Fusion Professional.

• The ESXi host generates and uses internal keys to encrypt virtual machines and disks. These keys are used as data encryption keys (DEKs) and are XTS-AES-256 keys.

• vCenter Server requests keys from the KMS. These keys are used as the key encryption key (KEK) and are AES-256 keys. vCenter Server stores only the ID of each KEK, but not the key itself.

• ESXi uses the KEK to encrypt the internal keys, and stores the encrypted internal key on
disk. ESXi does not store the KEK on disk. If a host reboots, vCenter Server requests the KEK with the corresponding ID from the KMS and makes it available to ESXi. ESXi can then decrypt the internal keys as needed.
Secure Storage:

All documents created within the Parrot Security OS within the virtual machine are automatically encrypted by the virtual machine and the Linux – Parrot encryption System. All encryptions use AEX-XTS mode of AES WITH 128 bit blocks and 256-bit key to encrypt the disk.

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