Operating systems

How to: Using TrueCrypt 6 to hide an operating system

6 comments
Joe-Swanson
Joe-Swanson

I didn't try to go through it after seeing all the pictures. TrueCrypt is incredibly easy to use, and most of readers of TechRepublic seem to have a reasonable handle on how to load software, many have even installed operating systems. This probably could have been about 10 slides. Do TR readers really need a screenshot of the license agreement?

Joe-Swanson
Joe-Swanson

Fantastic product. I'm an evangelist for truecrypt. I should get a commission, oh wait, it's free.

kjackson248170
kjackson248170

This tutorial SUCKS! My 10 year old grandson could write a better one than this is.

stylemessiah
stylemessiah

sorry im not going to look through half a million screen shots on a dodgy wireless connection, how about you split them up a few to a page like say a "sane" person would..... Meanwhile ill head off to the truecrypt site to see how to install it...

maddogbyrd
maddogbyrd

This may also be done by simply using TrueCrypt, PartitionMagic, and you can also muti boot and make the secondary os disc bootable only with encryption.

Dumphrey
Dumphrey

I may play with this, but in my own life I have no need of this level of security, though I can easily see how it would be needed by many.