I would think that many people here including myself keep sensitive files on our computer systems from research etc. that we wish to be protected. By
protected I mean encrypted. Now it is my understanding given enough time anything can be decrypted, the question then becomes how sensitive it is
depends on the type of encryption necessary to protect yourself. An example would be your banking and say your prep inventory with location should
receive maximum protection and for the longest time. Where as research paper to be published could use something simple and not as strong for a
shorter term before publishing.
So it has always been my understanding that PGP was at the top of the list in terms of protection as well as Bit Locker, and Truecrypt. I came across
this software product claiming to be a Forensic Disk Decryptor produced by Elcomsoft
. It claims to have
the ability to decrypt containers even portable containers on thumb drives. I would think something we all use, I prefer an Ironkey and have been very
happy with it. I was wondering if anyone has any experience with this software or would like to discuss their method of protecting sensitive files
electronically if that is now possible. I also use AxCrypt on my main system because it integrates so well with windows.
I know there is some pretty sharp folks with experience that we could all use to protect those conspiracy files we all work on. Thoughts would be