You and I may have taken the 4th of July off, but the folks over at TrueCrypt didn't. Instead, they pushed out version 6.0 of their on-the-fly encryption utility, with more options than ever for protecting - and hiding - the critical data on your hard drives. Available for Linux, OS X, and Windows, the software is licensed under its own TrueCrypt license, which is not OSI-approved. Check out the latest release of TrueCrypt. Have you ever used it on your Linux machine to protect personal data? If so what do you think about it.