TrueCrypt (TC) is an open source file and disk encryption software package used by people all over the world, but a complete cryptanalysis has not been performed on the software, and questions remain about differences between Windows, Linux and Mac OS X versions. In addition, there has been no legal review on the current TrueCrypt v. 3.0 open source license - preventing inclusion in most of the free operating systems, including Ubuntu, Debian, RedHat, CentOS and Fedora. We want to be able to trust it, but a fully audited, independently verified repository and software distribution would make us feel better about trusting our security to this software. We're pledging this money to sponsor a comprehensive public audit of TrueCrypt. Follow this page and #IsTrueCryptAuditedYet on twitter for the latest updates.
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EY’s Global Information Security Survey 2013 (Reports)
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SBA Cybersecurity for Small Businesses Course (Education)
Microsoft Security Intelligence Report (Reports)
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