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May 30, 2014, 01:38:13 AM
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They also removed the section in the license that required you to reference TrueCrypt if you branched or used it. Basically they are opening the door for a fork. The license change, the US comment change, the removal of hidden partitions, insecure errors that get thrown and telling users to use insecure software instead. They are screaming loudly to fork it due to an NSL.

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They also removed the section in the license that required you to reference TrueCrypt if you branched or used it. Basically they are opening the door for a fork. The license change, the US comment change, the removal of hidden partitions, insecure errors that get thrown and telling users to use insecure software instead. They are screaming loudly to fork it due to an NSL.

Great, more government "intervention". Looks like 7.1a is going to be a torrent classic, with the hashes of course...
Once the developers start talking this is going to get a whole lot more interesting.

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