On Wed, 12 Jan 2011 16:29:31 -0800 (PST), PostMaster wrote:
> On Jan 12, 6:08*pm, Rooster <remai...@reece.net.au> wrote:
>> has anyone here taken a look at this website:
>> "Passware Inc., a provider of password recovery, decryption, and
>> evidence discovery software for computer forensics, announced that
>> the latest version of its flagship product, Passware Kit Forensic,
>> has become the first commercially available software to break
>> TrueCrypt hard drive encryption without applying a time-consuming
>> brute-force attack. It was also the first product to decrypt
>> BitLocker drives."
> Damn I got all my income tax returns on a true crypt volume on one of
> my pc's. Does this mean I need to use some other encryption program? I
> always felt my private info was safe as long as I kept it encrypted.
> Is there such thing as a safe (uncrackable) encryption?
Here's a thought...USB stick...portaTECH LOL...
Take it with you, no one will know you have it...everywhere...
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