DiskCryptor 1.0.757.115

4.6 out of 5 stars 4.6 (30 votes)

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Windows 7/2000/Server 2003/Server 2008/Vista/XP / Open Source / 1,913 downloads

DiskCryptor is an open source whole disk encryption software, released under the GPLv3 license. The program can encrypt either a whole hard drive or its individual partitions, including the system partition.

  • Homepage

    DiskCryptor

  • Uninstaller

    Yes

  • Latest Changes

    - Added workaround for AES-NI support on Hyper-V

    - Added internal self-tests for PKDBF2 and XTS engines

    - Fixed bug with data loss with some cases on VIA-PadLock

    - Fixed regression with SSD detection on Windows XP

    - Fixed bug with no FS creation when formatting from GUI

Reviews of DiskCryptor

  1. 5 out of 5 stars
    mnk2xl

    Reviewing 0.9 (Apr 6, 2010)

    Wow, AES acceleration on AES-NI capable CPUs is just sick!

    http://diskcryptor.net/w...hmark_%28Core_i5%29.png

    Must be a great feature for file servers

  2. 5 out of 5 stars
    anomoly

    Reviewing 0.9 (Apr 5, 2010)

    Truecrypt is now easily crackable with passware kit 9.7 without using brute force. I have no idea how this would fare against passware kit but I do know how easy it is to get it.

  3. 5 out of 5 stars
    anomoly

    Reviewing 0.8 (Jul 30, 2009)

    What's the matter UD? Can't handle the competition? If you don't like how it uses encryption technology, don't use it. But don't post just to be a b**** or some truecrypt fanboy. I prefer whole disc over 'containers' any day.

  4. 5 out of 5 stars
    nika27

    Reviewing 0.8 (Jul 28, 2009)

    I am especially happy that the program provides feature to make bootloader image for PXE network booting. This is extremely convenient for enterprise/corporate or any other network environments.

  5. 1 out of 5 stars
    emanresU deriseD

    Reviewing 0.8 (Jul 28, 2009)

    Were you interested in modifying and distributing TrueCrypt code? I didn't think so. You can look at the code; it IS open source. That's what counts. That's the point. I don't care if the OSI Nazis support it.

    anomoly your rant makes no sense. Competition? What? I am not a TrueCrypt developer or investor so I have no stake in it. Prefer whole disc [sic]? Yeah, me too, that's why I use TrueCrypt. Telling me I can't post reviews just because I don't like crapware is ludicrous.

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