<![CDATA[robo47.net Feed]]> http://www.robo47.net Sun, 19 Nov 2017 14:08:34 +0000 robo47@robo47.net (Benjamin Steininger) robo47@robo47.net Zend_Feed de-de http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss <![CDATA[Kommentar von Flor1an zu Truecrypt 7.0 Linux AES-NI Benchmark with i7-620M on Dell Latitude E6510]]> http://www.robo47.net/blog/200-Truecrypt-7.0-Linux-AES-NI-Benchmark-with-i7-620M-on-Dell-Latitude-E6510#comment-3760 http://www.robo47.net/blog/200-Truecrypt-7.0-Linux-AES-NI-Benchmark-with-i7-620M-on-Dell-Latitude-E6510#comment-3760 Is TC7.0 stable? Would you recommend it for encrypting a whole drive?

And which Cyphersuit would you choose? Is AES enough, or should I use AES-TWOFISH?

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Wed, 21 Jul 2010 11:24:17 +0000
<![CDATA[Kommentar von robo47 zu Truecrypt 7.0 Linux AES-NI Benchmark with i7-620M on Dell Latitude E6510]]> http://www.robo47.net/blog/200-Truecrypt-7.0-Linux-AES-NI-Benchmark-with-i7-620M-on-Dell-Latitude-E6510#comment-3762 http://www.robo47.net/blog/200-Truecrypt-7.0-Linux-AES-NI-Benchmark-with-i7-620M-on-Dell-Latitude-E6510#comment-3762 TC 7.0 was released some days ago, I personally would wait for a 7.0a or 7.1 or something like that, because like with many releases of truecrypt, some (minor) bugs are found shortly after the release.



I expected AES to be secure enough for now, until told anything else, my encrypted linux uses AES, all my data-drives which are encrypted with older versions of Truecrypt use AES

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Wed, 21 Jul 2010 13:01:58 +0000