N/APosted on - 02/25/2015
I wish to enquire if True Crypt is still a secure option for Windows OS XP. I am curious to know if I have to decrypt my systems and eventually updating my hardware soon, most importantly the Mobo, CPU, Heat Sink Fan, Memory and GPU. I would also like to know if True Crypt keeps a system stable when the PC is fully shut down and no root log other than being presented with the password screen to go past the presented screen.
The Latest Version of True Crypt that was Usable
No, True Crypt is not a secure option for Windows. True Crypt may contains many unfixed security issues. As this is not secure so developer True Crypt ended their development work on it in the month of may, 2014 just immediate after the Microsoft ended the support for Windows XP.
If you have any data encrypted by True Crypt, immediately migrate those data to encrypted disk or virtual disk images, whichever is feasible for you.