00:54:08  <emilbayes>substack: I was thinking something more "full db" so it's not possible to inspect how many keys or levels are in the db. Like wrapping the db in private-box. But maybe that's just the way to go? Tar the level folder and chunk it, and then encrypt the chunks box the chunks?
01:23:49  <substack>I think it will depend on your access patterns
01:28:20  <emilbayes>substack: Sure, right now I just want the data to be encrypted at rest, without depending on the user having full disk encryption or configuring the data to live in a vault
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