TrueCrypt Is Not Secure, Developers Warn | SecurityWeek.Com
Truecrypt has not been broken. Algorithms are still secure. It has been said that truecrypt is not secure this is not the case. The only security risks you take with using truecrypt is someone can attempt to brute-force your password so it is wise to use a long password and that no further support will be provided for truecrypt. About - Truecrypt The last known secure version of TrueCrypt (v7.1a) was released on February 7, 2012. On May 28, 2014, the TrueCrypt website and pre v7.2 versions were removed, and a mysterious “TrueCrypt is not secure” message was published on their SourceForge website, along with the release of v7.2 which is incapable of creating encrypted volumes. TrueCrypt - Free download and software reviews - CNET Using TrueCrypt is not secure as it may contain unfixed security issues. The development of TrueCrypt was ended in 5/2014 after Microsoft terminated support of Windows XP.
True Goodbye: 'Using TrueCrypt Is Not Secure' - June 2014
Re: TrueCrypt "is not secure" say developers There's more to this than just discontinuing product development. The sourceforge web page is a 301 (Moved Permanently) redirect from the TrueCrypt web site (www.truecrypt.org), where there appears to have been a massive purge of everything related to the project - the site itself, the user forum “TrueCrypt is not secure,” official SourceForge page May 28, 2014
TrueCrypt is Dead; What Does This Mean for Mac Users
May 28, 2014 TrueCrypt Mystery - Is it Really Insecure? | Daves May 29, 2014