Articles tagged: truecrypt
Backing up is critical, but exactly how you back up your encrypted container data depends on how secure your backups are.
The TrueCrypt project was suddenly and without warning shut down. I’ll look at a little of the history and what you should use instead.
Many online cloud storage providers encrypt your data — which means they can decrypt it themselves. BoxCryptor is a great solution to ensure that your online data remains private, regardless of how it’s stored.
VeraCrypt provides a solution for encrypting sensitive data — everything from portable, mountable volumes to entire hard disks.
It’s important to back up LastPass, because unexpected things happen. What you do with that backup, however, is critical.
BoxCryptor, TrueCrypt, and LastPass all have had issues appear in recent weeks. I’ll review what those are, whether to panic, and how I’m looking forward.
It pays to prepare for, or at least think about, the day that the application on which you rely stops working or is no longer supported. In some cases preparations are simple. In other cases it may have you consider alternative applications.
TrueCrypt creates a virtual disk drive within a file. As a result, defragging it makes some sense.
Lots of people keep their passwords and sensitive information in documents or spreadsheets sporting a password. Is that really safe?
TrueCrypt provides a solution for encrypting sensitive data – everything from portable, mountable volumes to entire hard disks.