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    I still use the last version of truecrypt before they shut down the project under pressure to build in a backdoor. Finding software which is completely reliable so that you don’t permanently lose all of your most important data and completely secure so it can only be decrypted with the key and has no backdoor is a serious challenge. Truecrypt has mostly been third-party vetted and still works on Win 11. Who knows how much longer or if it has any flaws.
    Why would I trust any of the numerous commercial packages?

    #22124433 Reply | Quote

    [@book] Why not use Veracrypt? It’s better than Truecrypt and still being developed.

    #22124532 Reply | Quote

    [ @Ashraf] As an experiment, I tried putting in THE MASTER PASSWORD (a randomly generated, but strong 24-char password) as the HINT, and it took it!! Major flaw in the programming there LOL. Even Microsoft windows won’t have your password AS your hint…

    #22124542 Reply | Quote

    [@Stu] Also, when opening a wallet with the SAME password for creating said wallet, it didn’t accept the password!! So it locked me out of my own wallet? And when uninstalling and asking for the master password, it didn’t give me a hint…OMG so many things wrong with an app for security!!

    #22126826 Reply | Quote

    Hi !
    After reboot :
    BSOD (1) : Kernel Security Check Failure…
    Second Boot :
    BSOD (2) : Bad Pool Caller

    Impossible to manage it.
    All clear after uninstallation !

    My Computer : Windows 11, Intel Core i7 12th, RAM 64 Go …
    Is this program compatible ?

    An idea ?

    Best regards

    #22131233 Reply | Quote

    Exactly the same effects as Gihem, above. BSOD Kernel Security Check Failure. Then followed this with a reboot – BSOD again, this time Bad Pool Caller.
    Naturally I am not prepared to have ANY installed program that creates BSOD, so it has been uninstalled. No BSOD on computer after the program uninstalled.
    This program is definitely NOT recommended.

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