Reading – Critical TrueCrypt security bugs finally found

“For several years, TrueCrypt was the gold standard in PC disk decryption suites. That changed nearly 18 months ago, when the individuals who developed the software abruptly quit. The developers declared that the existing software was ““not secure as it may contain unfixed security issues,” provided a final version of the software to decrypt data, and shut the project down. This was all the more puzzling when two extensive security audits found no bugs of significance. As of today, that’s changed.”

Welp, there goes that. In the time since TrueCrypt shut down, what have you been using for encryption?

Critical TrueCrypt security bugs finally found

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