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Old 16th July 2011
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Cool DragonflyBSD has fully-compatible TrueCrypt implementation


tcplay is a fully featured BSD-licensed TrueCrypt implementation using
our dm_target_crypt; it is 100% compatible (with recent versions; older
versions using aes-lrw and similar are not). It supports cipher
cascades, hidden volumes, system volumes, etc. I started it as an
experiment to investigate the TrueCrypt header format, but it ended up
as a full implementation written from scratch. It now is divided into
tcplay(8), the tool itself, and libtcplay (tcplay(3)), a very simple API
to mount and unmount TrueCrypt volumes. tcplay is now fully integrated
into DragonFly, including cryptdisks(8) support and root mount support
(the realroot type is "tcplay", as documented in mkinitrd(8)).
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