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    Quote Originally Posted by Instab
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    Parable of the Two Birds

    Two birds, beautiful of wings, close companions, cling to one common tree: of the two one eats the sweet fruit of that tree; the other eats not but watches his companion. The self is the bird that sits immersed on the common tree; but because he is not lord he is bewildered and has sorrow. But when he sees that other who is the Lord and the beloved, he knows that all is His greatness and his sorrow passes away from him...

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    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    TrueCrypt is okay. Even though its development ended under rather mysterious circumstances, the source code has been audited and confirmed to be safe.

    DiskCryptor is also good. When compared to TrueCrypt, it essentially trades container support for faster decryption speeds.
    Ahmn... is Windows Bitlocker ok?
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    Ahmn... is Windows Bitlocker ok?
    Exactly what i was going to ask. Would built-in utilities also work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Razor View Post
    Exactly what i was going to ask. Would built-in utilities also work?
    if you trust microsoft :pfeifender smilie:
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    Quote Originally Posted by alpacino View Post
    Ahmn... is Windows Bitlocker ok?
    Quote Originally Posted by Master Razor View Post
    Exactly what i was going to ask. Would built-in utilities also work?
    Anything that is closed source can never be fully trusted, no matter who's behind it or how many awards it's won, simply because only its makers really know what's inside. The ideal encryption solution is open source, has existed for some time and also been audited or at least reviewed.

    Is TrueCrypt Audited Yet?
    How I compiled TrueCrypt 7.1a for Win32 and matched the official binaries

    That's the kind of assurance you want. Don't settle for good enough when it barely takes extra effort to have something better. Of course, good security practices also apply - use a good password and don't leave it written in a post-it note stuck to your monitor.
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