TrueCrypt 7.0 adds hardware-accelerated AES

    Date20 Jul 2010
    Posted ByAlex
    The TrueCrypt development team have announced the release of version 7.0 of their open source, cross platform, disk encryption tool. According to the developers, this major update to their on-the-fly encryption tool includes several improvements, new features, security enhancements and bug fixes on all platforms. TrueCrypt 7.0 features a new 'Favorite Volumes Organizer' that lets users set various options for each favourite volume, support for hardware-accelerated AES encryption and support for devices that use sector sizes other than 512 bytes. Users can now configure a volume to be automatically mounted when its host device is connected to the users's system
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