Update to my Windows 7 and Truecrypt 6.2a post.
Truecrypt 6.3 is now available.
One slight problem when trying to upgrade:
Ho Hum.... This will be because I'm still running the Windows 7 Release Candidate (Build 7100)
Install TrueCrypt 6.3 in compatibility mode as follows:
- Right click the installer, select properties, choose the compatibility tab and select Windows Vista (Service Pack 2):
- Install as normal (as per the excellent InformIT article).
- To avoid a repeat of the above annoying message every time you restart, before rebooting after the install, open C:\Program Files\TrueCrypt and repeat the above compatibility tweak for all the executables located in this folder (TrueCrypt Format.exe, TrueCrypt Setup.exe, TrueCrypt.exe).
On a side note, the "Evil Maid"attack detailed on theinvisiblethings blog looks interesting.
I wonder if the same software exists for other full disk encryption software...