| Tuesday May 31st 2016

TrueCrypt 5.0 now supports OSX

usb_truecrypt.pngSince so many Mac users are also child porn enthusiasts, I thought you might like to know that the newest version of TrueCrypt came out last night and they support OS X now.

Now my trendy Mac friends can stop having to mess around with their USB keychain, mirroring their passwords and bill pay confirmations from a Mac sparseimage to a TrueCrypt vault and back again.

If you’ve never heard of TrueCrypt, it’s basically a paranoid’s wet dream, open-source encryption app where you can do needlessly complicated things like hide an undetectable real vault inside a dummy vault so the NSA can’t get your Flickr password. It provides two levels of plausible deniability, in case an adversary forces the password out of you… and now it’s cross platform. Yay!


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