Free and simple TrueCrypt Implementation based on dm-crypt
  4 reviews

Tcplay is a free (BSD-licensed), pretty much fully featured (including multiple keyfiles, cipher cascades, etc) and stable TrueCrypt implementation.

This implementation supports mapping (opening) both system and normal TrueCrypt volumes, as well as opening hidden volumes and opening an outer volume while protecting a hidden volume. There is also support to create volumes, including hidden volumes, etc.

Since tcplay uses dm-crypt it makes full use of any available hardware encryption/decryption support once the volume has been mapped.
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AngryMos 1 year ago

VeraCrypt is a successor of TrueCrypt - it fixed critical bugs of TrueCrypt, provides cross-platform encryption, can encrypt filesystems, uses cryptoresistant algorithms and supports "hidden volumes". And it has a GUI.

dchrome 5 years ago

Clean and powerful console implementation. Grab a sample script to simplify TC containers management from

workaround 6 years ago

This is a console verion only. If you want the GUI you will need to go to the website. Link:

quake0 6 years ago

Taking the easy to use TrueCrypt and replacing it with a terminal based alternative sucks. This is a pain in the ass to use.