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  1. Bruno
    Bruno June 16, 2014 at 1:38 pm |


  2. An0nYm0u5
    An0nYm0u5 July 9, 2014 at 12:09 am |

    For once i agree. Wow chris.. Are you starting to warm me over. Its scary on a scale. But obsurd on another. It would have been brought to light long ago was it not. Good job. For once you get this developers thumbs up. And hes absolutely right. Encrypt. Encrypt. Encrypt the enctyption. Lol p.s. i promise you dont want weaker crypt code or programs out. Take my word. Most today are sad excuses…

  3. PaulRRogers.com
    PaulRRogers.com March 5, 2015 at 7:37 am |

    Solid points, but the forking actually began at least as early as 2013 with Veracrypt. Seeing as how they have yet to be shut down my guess is your conclusions are correct.

    Now Diskcryptor is an interesting alternative that has some TC compatibility and appears to be an original work (began in 2007 by a TC user).


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