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January 5, 2007

Review: Open-Source Encryption Utility Frustrates Phishers

Filed under: Open Source — tuxicity @ 10:01 pm

As far as encryption software goes, TrueCrypt may be one of the best open-source gems and least-recognized software offerings on the market. The CRN Test Center considers the utility, now at version 4.2, the ultimate information-hardening tool. Though the software is deceptively simple to use, it sports some cool features that help users encrypt entire partitions and hide data in virtual volumes.

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