[cryptome] Re: TrueCrypt compromised

  • From: Ryan Carboni <ryacko@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 31 May 2014 01:17:23 -0700

Airgap encryption.


On Fri, May 30, 2014 at 11:13 PM, In Harms Way <11414150173@xxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

>
> Now serious: Which open-source programme for container-encryption of all
> files and disks the professionals like medical doctors, lawyers, priests
> et. al. still can use to fulfil their legal obligation to store patient or
> client data 100% secure ????
>
> To my understanding PGP encryption with UCE (only user has the private key
> - private key not grabbed by any webmail etc.) for e-mails (e.g. via
> Thunderbird and enigmail) is still not broken (if user disabled hibernation
> on his/her machine to avert pass-phrase stealing from the hibernation dump).
>
> But which other truecrypt-like open-source programme still stands strong
> for file/disk-encryption.?
>
> Any suggestions?
>
> Shaun O'Connor wrote, On 30/05/2014 12:06:
>
> got to agree on that point and tails 1.0 was only released recently too!!
> On 30/05/2014 00:14, tpb-crypto@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
>
>  Message du 29/05/14 19:49
> De : "Jean-Philippe Décarie-Mathieu"
>
> Oh, I'm nowhere near giving up. I'm aware of the alternatives; it's just
> that this whole TC story is obscure as hell. Still no words from the
> developer(s)... It's gotta suck for Tails and other projects that have
> integrated TC also.
>
>
>  Other projects will not be affected. That's the nature of open source, you 
> close a door, a window opens.
>
> Those interested will keep truecrypt alive, it just takes interest.
>
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