crankyoldbugger at gmail.com
Fri May 30 13:47:24 EDT 2014
Maybe you just discovered the real reason behind the shutdown: they're
trying to scare people into sending money!
The game's not over yet. Already people are stepping forward to take over
development, or fork it, or make a new alternative, you name it.
Something good will come out of this eventually.
On 30 May 2014 13:43, unsolicited <unsolicited at swiz.ca> wrote:
> Ah! Good point. Missed that.
> But all this does demonstrate that we all can't be complacent - let us not
> allow this FUD to do away with TrueCrypt.
> OTOH, given that HeartBleed triggered some more funding, here's hoping the
> same happens here. (Which could have been the intent of things, for all I
> On 14-05-30 01:36 PM, CrankyOldBugger wrote:
>> Read what I said, which was "I'll be sad if..." not "I am sad because..."
>> I never said that there's no more TrueCrypt for Windows. It's a good
>> product that I am still using now despite the recent news.
>> On 30 May 2014 13:30, unsolicited <unsolicited at swiz.ca
>> <mailto:unsolicited at swiz.ca>> wrote:
>> Personally I'll be sad if there's no more TrueCrypt for Windows
>> as I
>> use it regularly on one of my boxes.
>> What makes you think there's no more TrueCrypt for Windows?
>> Works fine on my Win 8.1 install. (Note, not using it on the system
>> drive, or any drive at all, for the moment.) Have a backup running
>> over the web via OpenVPN to a shared container on the laptop. Key
>> exists on the remote only.
>> Works fine. I have no reason to believe it won't any time soon. From
>> Linux too.
>> Even if there later turns out to be a vulnerability, the bar to make
>> use of it is so high as to not be worth worrying about.
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