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Discussion in 'Computer Software and Operating Systems' started by Duo8, May 30, 2014.
As the title says. TrueCrypt is no longer supported, so what should I use to encrypt my backups?
what is your OS ? Windows ? Linux ?
if it's Linux, I'd create a LUKS partition, with a passphrase or an external key.
it's pretty easy, I just did it a few minutes ago actually.
I'm using Windows.
I use AxCrypt on Windows its good, free and integrates into windows within the right click menu.
i dont believe in conspiracy theories..
but all of a sudden...something is fishy... did NSA have something to do with this.
Can't you just follow the instructions on http://truecrypt.sourceforge.net/ and use BitLocker? Comes built in with Windows nowadays.
I just did that actually. Gonna stick with this for sometime but I'll eventually have to find something that's cross-platform.
I thought bitlocker was only available for the big boy flavours of windows (ultimate and enterprise for 7, pro or enterprise for 8).
doesn't bitlocker have backdoors for MS$?
But who pay for Windows anyway?
Trucrypt is no longer supported.... ok I get that. But is it going to stop working overnight? Or is there some reason to believe it's not as secure as everybody previously thought??
Stop downloading illegal porno.
In all seriousness, just get an old version of Truecrypt.
Nothing that stops you from using it.
That feel, when OP doesn't research hard enough...
better look at https://truecrypt.ch/ it's not really progressing but that's because they are new to the source code it seeems
Symantec Encryption Desktop for Windows is pretty good, I use it for full drive encryption. Take a look at it. http://www.symantec.com/en/ca/encryption-desktop-pro