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  • This product offers services to help compiling and installing Truecrypt (R) volume encryption software v4.3a with minimum of effort. It also offers utilities to create, check and repair the container files.
  • The original source's license prohibit distribution of modified sources or modified precompiled *.deb packages under registered trademark name Truecrypt (cf. Firefox vs. Iceweasel trademark[1]). However, it is permissible for individuals to download, assemble all pieces, build the components and install the software: "III. Terms and Conditions for Use, Reproduction, and Distribution ...
  • TrueCrypt 7.1a package with the following patches: 1) The standard tray icon has been replaced with an application indicator. 2) TrueCrypt is automatically added to your Startup Applications. 3) A bash completion script is included. 4) A mount external helper is included (can be used with fstab). To install: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:stefansundin/truecrypt sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get ...
  • TrueCrypt 7.1a package with the following patches: 1) The standard tray icon has been replaced with an application indicator. 2) TrueCrypt is automatically added to your Startup Applications. 3) A bash completion script is included. 4) A mount external helper is included (can be used with fstab). To install: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:stefansundin/truecrypt sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get ...
  • (TrueCrypt License Version 3.0 Software distributed under this license is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS WITHOUT WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND.
  • Thanks for all your effort for making it possible to use truecrypt on Debian. I am however running a custom 2.6.26 Debian kernel and tc-dpkg fails with the following error: touch configure-stamp # Check Truecrypt version compatibility if ! dpkg --compare-versions "4.3a" ge "4.1" && \ dpkg --compare-versions "4.3a" le "4.3a"; \ then \ echo "[FATAL] Not a supported truecrypt version."
  • File Description Downloads; veracrypt-1.18a-sha256sum.txt () : SHA256 sums for VeraCrypt 1.18a release files: 44 last downloaded 5 weeks ago veracrypt-1.18a-sha512sum.txt () : SHA512 sums for VeraCrypt 1.18a release files
  • Changes between 1.14 and 1.15 (26 September 2015) : - Windows: * Fix two TrueCrypt vulnerabilities reported by James Forshaw (Google Project Zero)
  • File Description Downloads; veracrypt-1.18a-sha256sum.txt () : SHA256 sums for VeraCrypt 1.18a release files: 45 last downloaded 24 hours ago veracrypt-1.18a-sha512sum.txt () : SHA512 sums for VeraCrypt 1.18a release files
  • Changes between 1.0f-1 and 1.0f-2 (5 April 2015) : - All OSs: * Mounting speed improvement, up to 20% quicker on 64-bit (contributed by Nils Maier)
  • I need a multiplatoform folder-based encryption tool. Truecrypt doesn't cut it, it is only container-based. Enc-fs doesn't seem to have a windows port. The reason I need this is: I need to be able to "dynamically" allocated USB key space to encrypted and non-encrypted files. Thxs
  • TrueCrypt 7.1a package with the following patches: 1) The standard tray icon has been replaced with an application indicator. 2) TrueCrypt is automatically added to your Startup Applications. 3) A bash completion script is included. 4) A mount external helper is included (can be used with fstab). To install: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:stefansundin/truecrypt sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get ...
  • UPR is a much needed security OS. It is good for doing work, like presentations, writing, editing, etc., in a secure, unhackable environment. But there is no HTML editor for those who work with web pages, and a portable one on a USB is blocked from executing. So I vote for the addition of the following apps in the upcoming UPR: * Truecrypt * HTML editor like Bluefish or Kompozer Or if not ...
  • Ubuntu Privacy Remix is a modified Live-CD based on Ubuntu Linux. UPR is not intended for permanent installation on hard disk. The goal of Ubuntu Privacy Remix is to ...
  • eCryptfs is an actual filesystem. Some other popular disk encryption technologies are not filesystems; they are block device encryption layers (they provide what appears to be a physical block device to some actual filesystem). There is no filesystem logic in these layers. A few of the more well-known block device encryption layers include dm-crypt, Truecrypt, and Loop-AES.
  • how to create TrueCrypt hidden volume or file: 2012-04-11 06:07:06 UTC 2012-04-11: Viktor Shchedrin — Answered: 180772: How to build a UPR CD with Network Capabilities. 2011-12-02 22:56:03 UTC 2011-12-02: Scot Donecker: Mark Preetorius: Solved: 118157: make development more transparent: 2010-07-18 21:28:01 UTC 2010-07-18: mejo: Mark ...
  • Hey Dustin. I'm glad you said that, because I was having problems too (using 9.10) and couldn't see where I was going wrong. In my case, I got some of the filenames back properly when I did a listing in the terminal, but in Nautilus there were just a handful (and less than shown in terminal) of un-decrypted files, even with "Show hidden files" enabled.
  • Easy Crypt has been accepted onto Hardy (Ubuntu 8.04) Easy Crypt creates Crypts as files on existing file systems, it does not support full encrypted partitions, this is too advanced and dangerous for the intended audience: however a package name GDecrypt exists for this job https:/ /www.launchpad. net/gdecrypt. Easy Crypt works with TrueCrypt V4.3a and V5.1 (as of 0.2.2.7)
  • Having installed Ubuntu 9.10 from the Live CD, I noticed it now includes the option to encrypt the 'home' and 'swap' folders; a really good idea for laptops. Using the encrypt option, I'm now using BiT to backup my encrypted 'home' onto a NAS storage device in an unencrypted state; this bothers me greatly. If I'm encrypting my 'home' folder on my laptop (for good reasons) the the resulting ...
  • 30.By Jonas Meurer <email address hidden> on 2013-06-28 * new upstream version 1.6.4. - minor fixes in cryptsetup manpage. (closes: #725131) - by default verify new passphrase in luksChangeKey and luksAddKey
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