Its working well for me. For speed reasons, I might tend to copy disk
intensive stuff out for working on. My only concern is - does it get
fragmented ? will normal disk defraggers work ? I am not game to try
John Bird wrote:
> I saw references recently to True Crypt for protecting customer test
> data on my PC - I have got hold of it and it does indeed look
> The only possible thing I could see going wrong is that the file with
> the folder structure inside it getting corrupted and becoming
> unreadable......I am gathering from the FAQ and the comments of others
it is pretty robust.
> Anyone using it want to confirm it does withstand a good amount of day
> day thrashing without breaking easily? For instance is it safe
> run disk intensive legacy programs on large data files inside a
> TrueCrypt volume, or is it better to copy the working versions outside
> And of course I really got to make sure I don't lose the password!
> Hence the interest in Password Safe.
> Up to now I have been storing such stuff in zip files and encrypting
> them with my own routine, which sort of works OK, but it is a bother
> to unencrypt and unzip when I want to get at them.