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zillah

Access hidden encrypted volume on systems which do not have TrueCrypt

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Dear folks

 

I am aware that TrueCrupt is discontinued project.

 

I would like to use a TrueCrypt 7.1a to encrypt USB Flsh drive by following the guide below :

 

http://www.howtogeek.com/61810/how-to-protect-your-flash-drive-data-with-truecrypt/

 

 

Loading the TrueCrypt Binary Files on Your Flash Drive

In order to access your encrypted volume on systems which do not have TrueCrypt loaded, you must load the required binary files needed to mount the container on the host system. Thankfully, TrueCrypt has a function which makes this easy.

The quote above realted to non hidden volume and how it can be mounted on a systems which do not have TrueCrypt loaded,,,means you have a flexibility to hook your USB flash stick on any laptop or a computer if you need to access your encrypted container.

 

Can I do the same thing if I had created a hidden volume ?? If so where can I find step by step to do that ?

 

Regards

Edited by zillah

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