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Hey guys,

I need some encryption software to encrypt data on my PC per industry regulations. I cant use bitlocker. Please advise on what you recommend.
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by:McKnife
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I recommend Disk Cryptor. It is free and works well. I used it on some PCs and servers for years. https://diskcryptor.net/wiki/Main_Page
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Hi,

We use Sophos Safeguard in our environment and it works very well.

But on some standalone clients I've used DiskCryptor and that works quite well.
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truecrypt
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Hi Nattygreg,

Truecrypt has now been deemed as insecure even by the group who made it. I would strongly advise against it.
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