TruPax is a tool for creating TrueCrypt volumes directly from files and folders. Volume sizes are precisely adjusted to the actual amount of data, so there is no slack. They mount on any modern OS and are of UDF 1.02 format. Creation happens quickly and directly, by creating the file system structures in the encrypted container on-the-fly. TruPax does not require TrueCrypt to be installed nor administrative rights. GUI and command line versions are available. The original material can be securely erased after a volume has been created. Volumes created by TruPax can also be extracted and all TrueCrypt volumes can be quickly invalidated.
|Tags||Volumes UDF TrueCrypt encryption Secure File Deletion|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release brings TruPax as an EXE for Windows without the need for any Java installation. There is also a separate package built for the command line. FAT32 extraction support is back. Password caching and merge selections have been added to the GUI. There are a few other minor bugfixes and cosmetic changes.
Release Notes: This release fixes a drag-and-drop crash under GNOME. Overwrite protection had issues on the command line. Scripts for easier (un)installation under Linux. Updated to SWT 4.2.1 and Java 7. The TruPax SDK has been published, and is available on the site. Other minor bugfixes and cosmetic improvements.
Release Notes: TruPax now supports the extraction of FAT-formatted containers (thanks to fat32-lib). This release also contains some minor bugfixes regarding the user interface.
Release Notes: TruPax can now invalidate containers of any size very quickly (usually in just a couple of seconds). Drag-and-drop now detects single container files. There's been a slight increase in write performance, and a couple of minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: An uncontrolled program exit that happened occasionally after cancellation in the progress dialog was fixed.