Trojanised TrueCrypt serves up malware to Russian-speaking targets

Until discontinued under mysterious circumstances last year, the open-source encryption tool TrueCrypt was pretty much the first choice for computer users looking to keep the contents of their hard drive out of the reach of unauthorised parties.

So I am fascinated to read a new technical report by Robert Lipovsky and Anton Cherepanov, security researchers at ESET, which brings to light that a Russian language version of TrueCrypt contains a secret backdoor trojan.

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Story added 3. August 2015, content source with full text you can find at link above.