so what the fuck do you encrypt with on Windows? somebody in my country (not from North America) just got arrested for having "chapters of rape on underage girls" which is basically shit you grab from sadpanda and other hentai sites.
im legitimately fucking scared right now, i don't want to get caught and then everyone knows what i did and i definitely don't want people to see what i have on my hard drive.
its not illegal here, but i dont want to go through any of this shit.
You see. Windows is like a safe, with no door in the front and a door in the back, of which you don't hava a key. You can add a door in the front by using passwords, buttlicker or any of that things. but those with the keys can still see what in there through the BACKDOOR.
Welcome to microsoft, shitty and closed source software garantueed. :^)
how about an external hard drive and an actual safe? You can get a pretty nice one with a fingerprint lock online for a reasonable price right now. Everyone is trying to capitalize on black friday and cyber monday shopping.
>looking at necropedozoophilia videos
>ring a ding, doorbell
>it's the cops
>they seize your shit while it's not in the safe
try not being a pdf file
failing that, maybe encrypt your shit with gpg?
I have yet see someone decrypt an unmounted volume of bitlocker, only if the feds manage to hold you before you unlock it they could extract the decryption keys even if you press the power button suspending your machine, but if isn't mounted they couldn't do shit.
Buy this and just use a script to unmout it and maybe run some normal porn videos.
There are a lot of god options:
Interestingly there is also a way to create a password for nuking your LUKS setup:
For example, make the nuke password something that is easier to guess by brute force that your actual password, then if your computer is stolen (or something like that) and the 'nuke password' is guessed first, it will negate the access to the files for good. Aside from the normal encryption, i suppose you can grasp the potential for this small feature.
TrueCrypt, it may have been discontinued but the audit passed with no security concerns so I see no reason not to trust it.
You can do full disk encryption, you can also use hidden partitions, in some countries like the UK there are laws to compel encryption key disclosure and even in the US under certain circumstances (like if law enforcement catch you with a temporarily mounted drive) they may compel you to decrypt the drive for inspection.
Hidden partitions give you plausible deniability.