For years, if you wanted a cross-platform disk encryption suite that didn’t rely on Microsoft or Apple, you went with Truecrypt. The popular software suite was deemed influential and important enough to be worth auditing — which is why it was so surprising last year when its creators closed up shop and essentially shut down the product, claiming that critical flaws in Truecrypt 7.1a might remain and be exploited. At the time, a publicized security audit of the software had just begun. Now that it’s over, did the audit team find anything to explain why Truecrypt’s authors bolted?
In a word, no. Truecrypt isn’t perfect, but the team found no evidence of a critical flaw that would have compromised the security of the encrypted volumes.
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