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[liberationtech] Emergency: Has TrueCrypt.org been Hijacked?

Andrew Lewis me at andrewlew.is
Wed May 28 14:05:55 PDT 2014


The new exe is apparently signed with the same cert as the old one, and
people say that the only changes so far in comparing diff's is the warning
message and turning it into "remove-only".

(I haven't had a chance to verify myself, but these are claims from the
twittersphere)

-Andrew
On May 28, 2014 5:02 PM, "KheOps" <kheops at ceops.eu> wrote:

> On Wed, May 28, 2014 at 01:44:12PM -0700, Brad Beckett wrote:
> > Truecrypt.org now redirects to: http://truecrypt.sourceforge.net/ with a
> > warning to use Bitlocker and not Truecrypt.
>
> Hard to tell whether it's a hijack or an actual warning message. Does it
> make sense that TrueCrypt development could have ended with the
> termination of the support of Windows XP?
>
> I'd be glad to hear more info on this!
>
> KheOps
>
>
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