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[liberationtech] TrueCrypt Alternatives?
greg at kinostudios.com
Sat Sep 27 19:15:27 PDT 2014
See this list on ArsTechnica's forum:
I work for Tao Effect LLC, our software is on that list, and you can read about how its plausible deniability compares to TrueCrypt's here (forgive this subreddit's insane color scheme):
In case anyone on this list wants a license, here's a code for 15% off: LIBERATIONTECH
There are 10 of them and you can use them on espionageapp.com. They expire November 1st.
Please do not email me anything that you are not comfortable also sharing with the NSA.
On May 29, 2014, at 1:10 AM, Security First <info at secfirst.org> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> While the jury is still out on how this TrueCrypt issue plays out.
> With TC such a big part of the furniture in LibTech community
> practises, lessons, manuals, advice, etc., the question I'm sure a lot
> of us are thinking is:
> What are the best alternatives to TrueCrypt for the people we work
> with and train?
> Is there anything that comes close in terms of open source, cross
> platform etc? (Pity about the TC license issues as it would be great
> to see people in the community who might want to fork it and carry it
> All the best,
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