Thursday, April 9, 2015
Chris uses TrueCrypt to encrypt sensitive information, but needs an alternative now that program has been abandoned by its developers
What can you recommend instead of TrueCrypt, which I use for encrypting passwords and personal data. I use the File Container approach, which is all I need and is easy to use. I haven’t encrypted a complete hard drive.
Microsoft offers BitLocker but that’s only available with the Enterprise and Ultimate versions of Windows 7, and it looks as though I need a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) chip, which my old motherboards don’t have. Chris
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This 3D scan shows a tangle of abnormal blood vessels beneath a patient’s skin. Their presence caused speech and vision problems, and were in danger of rupturing—which could have ended his life. Now, they’ve been removed during the course of a full face transplant.
During surgery performed in February, by Joan-Pere Barret and a team of 45 medical staff at Vall d’Hebron University Hospital, a 27-hour operation saw the patient’s face almost entirely reconstructed. His lower face, neck, mouth, tongue and pharynx were all rebuilt, removing the blood vessel growth of over 20 years. It’s not the first successful face transplant, but it does demonstrate the medical profession’s increasing ability to completely rebuild complex biological features in the operating theater. [New Scientist]
Image by Vall d’Hebron University Hospital
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