TrueCrypt tells users to migrate to Bitlocker because TrueCrypt is no longer secure..

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  1. jnjroach

    jnjroach Administrator Staff Member

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    Dude....

    TrueCrypt

    So do you think we're about conspiracy theories on this one? Nah... oh wait already started, I guess it doesn't help this is what Snowden recommended...
     
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    Simply amazing. I wonder how may people are using Truecrypt and think their bases have all been covered.
     
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    That and many within the OSS Community built Solutions on top of it....I wasn't a huge fan of it myself but that is mainly because I supported Enterprise Deployments and we used BitLocker because it can be properly and centrally managed.
     

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