TrueCrypt warns that it is not secure, advises users to

Is This TrueCrypt's Fatal Flaw? - For many years, TrueCrypt was the gold standard in free encryption software. But in May 2014, the software’s developers abruptly quit, warning users of unspecified “security issues” in TrueCrypt. Security luminaries declared there was nothing wrong with the last version of TrueCrypt so it has remained in use. NVD - CVE-2016-1281 Current Description . Untrusted search path vulnerability in the installer for TrueCrypt 7.2 and 7.1a, VeraCrypt before 1.17-BETA, and possibly other products allows local users to execute arbitrary code with administrator privileges and conduct DLL hijacking attacks via a Trojan horse DLL in the "application directory", as demonstrated with the USP10.dll, RichEd20.dll, NTMarta.dll and More security vulnerabilities found in TrueCrypt for Sep 30, 2015 Bombshell TrueCrypt advisory: Backdoor? Hack? Hoax? None Most obviously was the advice that TrueCrypt fans—a mish-mash of privacy-loving Linux, Mac, and Windows users—should abandon the cross-platform app for BitLocker, Microsoft's proprietary

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