Free TrueCrypt Encryption Software
Free open-source disk encryption software for Windows 7/Vista/XP, Mac OS X, and Linux. TrueCrypt an system software to build and maintain a volume on-the-fly-encrypted (data storage device). On-the -fly encryption means that data are automatically encrypted before being stored correctly and in encryption right after all was loaded, without user intervention. there will be no data in the open or in read without using keywords or the correct password. The entire file system or data that is encrypted as, name the file, the contents of each file, folder name, free space, and metadata will be a key or using the passwords, so all files will be opened if using the correct password.
All files can be copied to and from a mounted TrueCrypt as they are copied to or from the disk normal. The files will automatically be decrypted on the fly (in memory / RAM) while they are in reading or from the TrueCrypt volume that has been encrypted. Same also with files written or dis alin into TrueCrypt volume that will automatically encryption properly into RAM. What you should note that this does not mean that all the files to be encrypted / decrypted must be stored in RAM before it can be encrypted. Not available with additional memory (RAM) Requirements for TrueCrypt. For an illustration of how this can be achieved, take a look at some of the features below.
- It creates a virtual encrypted disk that has been stored in a file and mount it as a real disk
- All storage devices such as USB, flash, drive, or hard drives to be encrypted
- Encrypts a partition or drive where Windows is installed (pre-boot authentication)
- Encrypt in real-time and transparent
- Allows data to be read and written quickly if the drive is not encrypted by parallelization and Pipelining
- Encryption is a hardware-accelerated on modern processors
- Provide some plausible denial, in case the enemy forces you to reveal passwords
- Comes with a hidden operating system
You should note that TrueCrypt encryption software Never store the encrypted data to disk, but only store it temporarily in RAM or memory. In fact, when the volume is mounted or data already stored in the volume is still encrypted. When. You’re restarting your computer or turn off your computer, the volume will automatically go down and the file has been stored in it isn’t accessible (encrypted). Even if power is interrupted or a sudden power failure (shutdown is wrong or without proper shutdown system, the files that have been stored in it is encrypted (not accessible). To make them accessible again, you must mount volume (and provide the correct password and / or keyfile).