'Stop using TrueCrypt and migrate to something else,' say TrueCrypt developers

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Mystery message on open source software's home page urges users to avoid the encryption tool

The development of TrueCrypt, the popular open-source application used to encrypt files, partitions and entire storage devices, has come to an abrupt end after a warning message appeared on the app...

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