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TrueCrypt is gone!!! I was using it to save Bitcoin wallets on Dropbox

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/truecrypt-goes-way-lavabit-developers-shut-it-down-without-warning-1450467
This came to me as a complete shocker!!
Who was using it to save sensitive data on the cloud? Do you think there is a backdoor or that similar to Lavabit, they shut it down to avoid that situation?
It is wierd though, I do remember posting a few weeks ago on their forum about the keylogger issue when typing in the password to access the encrypted drive
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How do you all back up your bitcoin wallets, and how frequently?

I understand that something like dropbox isn't a particularly safe solution, otherwise I'd probably use that. Do you encrypt your wallet before backing up? What type of encryption do you use? Where do you back it up to? The cloud? A USB stick? Do you do it manually or have a cron job running?
My own bitcoin wallet resides within a truecrypt volume on a virtual machine image, which provides a useful layer of cryptographic abstraction in case of a breach, but doesn't make it easy to keep regular backups. I wonder what the most pragmatic way of keeping it safe is.
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Some questions about the blockchain, wallet.dat, and Truecrypt on Windows

1) Do I need to download the entire blockchain before I can send bitcoins from the official bitcoin client, even if blockexplorer.com says my address has received them? The blockchain is taking a long time for my client to download and my balance is unchanged. (On getblockchain.com, the blockchain is currently 475MB compressed and 1.42GiB uncompressed, although the site is more targeted to linux users.)
2) After following the Bitcoin wiki regarding Truecrypt, if I launch bitcoin.exe with the -datadir option pointing to a Truecrypt container file that contains wallet.dat, does the ever-growing blockchain also have to be in that container file? Can I point the client to one location for the blockchain and another location for the wallet file?
3) Can I leave the blockchain in its normal directory and do I just need to copy wallet.dat out of the Truecrypt container file when I need it? (Or decompress it with 7-zip or decrypt it with GPG4win?) Wouldn't it then be vulnerable to trojans like Infostealer.Coinbit or the metasploit module bitcoin_jacker.rb?
4) Will the plaintext wallet issue be obsolete by version 0.4.0.0 of the official client? And will a headers-only client make it so every user doesn't have to download a neverending blockchain?
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Have you secured your wallet?

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Concerned about loss of bitcoins or passwords on your death/incapacitation?

This applies equally to anything which requires password or private key protection. I'm posting it here because bitcoin was the catalyst for me getting my digital shit in one sock.
I am not a security/crypto expert but am simply using a combination of general good practice and some extras that I have learned recently. All open source (except password checker I think?).
I hope it helps someone formulate their own strategy to keep personal information secure with a 'dead-man's switch' in the form of trusted family, friends etc. New user because I lurk, sweet jeebus do I lurk.
Step 1; Sorting the data.
I have a local folder which I keep synced with Dropbox. Inside this I keep:
KeePass database
All my passwords, most are randomly generated by keepass. Bank account information, PIN codes etc Product keys, other stuff 
Truecrypt container
Keyfile for KeePass database (I prefer keyfile+smaller password for that) Config backup files that need encryption (router, wireless keys etc) Admin (photos of insurance docs, vehicle details etc) QR code and key backups of 2-factor authentication Bitcoin private keys for vanity addresses Electrum seed(s) 
Use a very strong password for the Truecrypt container, for example use Diceware to generate a 7-word sequence with special characters. You can check your password if you download a version of something like the Password Meter and run it offline.
Learn this password. Never write it down unless it is on rice paper and immediately eaten.* 
*may or may not assist learning process.
So far so good, probably teaching most people to suck eggs at this point.
The next step; split the password into shares. Use a service like PassGuardian (based on Shamir's Secret Sharing Scheme to create a set of sharable passwords from the original Truecrypt password. This will create 'n' shares, 'k' of which need to be recombined to give you back the original data (ie your password). For example if I create 5 keys with a threshold of 3, I can only obtain the original password if I have 3 keys. Doesn't matter which ones. If I have fewer than 3, I can't do a thing. (I must mention not to do this online; download a copy of the page and run it air gapped or on a clean install)
Step the Third: Implementation Get hold of several flash drives (or SD cards, or whatever). They don't have to be capacious. I like Kingston SE9 drives because they are small, sturdy and have a solid attachment loop. Copy the folder to the flash drives along with a copy of Passguardian (from github). Add some extra things outside the encryption, like a README.txt, an IF FOUND.txt, maybe Portable Apps versions of Truecrypt/Keepass, or even a bootable Linux distribution.
Get one drive ready for every Passguardian shared secret. Make a dogtag with the shared secret on it by stamping the code into some metal with letter die punches. I use tuna cans because they can be cut with EMT shears and are cheap and easy to use. Who doesn't love cheap and easy?
Attach them to the drives.
Step D: Distribution
The last step is to hand them out for safekeeping. Think about the person and their ability. Some people might need ten pages of Readme to talk them through it, let alone examples of what NOT to do once they are in. Others might just need a good initial brief. The readme should mention not to log in on an unsecure computer and recommend buying a new netbook with the bitcoins stashed within!
It is vitally important that each of the people who get one (1 have 3 people with 2/3 threshold) know who the other people are and that they would police each other 'just having a look'.
Think about who you give them to; I know my wife's idea of an emergency is different to my father's (she could panic check on a malware-infested computer while I'm away at sea) and I know my brother's likelihood to lose stuff is greatest of all! 
Don't give them only to people that might all be in the same car or plane at once.
Keeping them updated: I'm not too worried about the flash drives failing, I can share the files periodically via email or link a shared dropbox folder. I keep several for myself at work, home, etc and update them using Unison on linux (I guess you could automate with rsync) so collecting them in periodically would also work.
And finally,
I have written a personal note to family inside. The only people that would see it would be me, someone malicious (i'm fucked) or a group of loved ones who have agreed to access it together (because i'm fucking fucked, once and for all).
Please critique constructively if you think I can improve security with the same level of convenience/utility/ease.
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Experiences with Google Drive + fuse, and possible recommendations?

I already have my own domain and am thinking about getting google apps unlimited, specifically for unlimited Drive space. I was hoping people who have that could share their thoughts on how well it works for whatever your purposes are. And do any of you use google-drive-ocamlfuse, and if so, how does that work out for you?
I am considering moving everything to drive and having a dedicated home server just for another backup, and then renting a low storage high CPU high speed VPS with Plex reading the fuse-mounted directory. But I don't know if that's feasable or if it's too much shit to work properly.
Additionally, to protect my data, I may use EncFS or a file container (luks or truecrypt/veracrypt) on Drive, and want people's thoughts on best methods to do that. (For example Dropbox did/does sync deltas in files, so Truecrypt always worked well, even though delta changes potentially leak information.)
I was just hoping to get general thoughts about this. I'm currently paying $40 a month for a Hetzner server, and I figure for just $10 more a month, I can get unlimited Drive space (will they actually check if I really am a 5 person business..?), and then rent cheapo VPS's for any non-storage needs. And I really like the idea of fuse-mounting an unlimited space drive for high storage things, like possibly a Bitcoin node data directory or an IPFS datadir.
Any thoughts on this plan?
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[IMPORTANT] Info inside

Please don't just read and be "thats interesting" and not do anything. That accomplishes nothing.
"Part of the American dream is to live long and die young. Only those Americans who are willing to die for their country are fit to live."-Douglas MacArthur
So we have run into a small problem here. We are organizing protests and trying to spread the word when this can take months, and by then all of this will be out of the news and forgotten.
I was thinking of how to quickly spread the word. So kony 2012 had 100K views in 3 days. They had celebrates tweeting and facebooking about the video. They had the video and word spread like a wildfire.
So here is what I suggest: Tweet to major technology celebrities and ask(kindly) to retweet it. Same thing with facebook
If you are up to spending maybe just half an hour to tweet/facebooking to celebrities it can make a difference. Here is what I sugguest tweeting/facebooking: "Together we can stop domestic spying. Visit /Restorethefourth."
or "Customized tweet #Restorethe4th" Or something to that effect.
---VIDEO MAKERS
we need ya! Take a look on the intro for Kony 2012. Look how it grabs your attention and does not make you want to close out. It does not have that annoying heavy metal, creepy, scary music playing in the intro.
Please make a video that is well put together.
---Protesting
In this subreddit, we only have 13K subscribers. We need more to organize a protest. 13K is a small number for a protest. We need MORE. Tweet and facebook celebrities (related to technology,hacking,ect../and the everyday celebrities too).
____________________________________-----PROTESTING-----____________________________________
Step one: make sure people KNOW WHEN IT IS. Emphasize that a lot.
Get their signatures that they are promising to come.
Step two(or part of one): make sure you and the other protestors KNOW
WHAT YOUR PROTESTING ABOUT.
Step three: constantly (but not constantly to the point of annoyance)
send out updates as to how you are doing an how this will help and what
the mission statement it. And it kinda rallies them together. If the
protest is a long time away then it reminds them. (maybe once a week?
Twice MAYBE)
Step four: when conducting the protest make sure it's NON VOILENT that
will help the protesters safety, make a point on the cause and get some
style points with the cops.
Step five: after the protest, send out a message to all of the people who
participated saying thanks and it was a help ect.. Try organizing another
even bigger one.
Some tips: try toget the news to report what your doing BUT make sure
they fully understand what your doing. Or you could be smeared.
Get lots of video of what's going on before, during, after protest and
upload it to YouTube, Dropbox, other places to show that if anything
happened it was the cops fault. (they usually instigate things)
And REMEBER: Stay safe
Be passionate
NON VIOLENT
PROGRAMMERS
We need a official website. This subreddit wont do as one. It gets cluttered up with random, un-needed things. If you have a good website for this, please reply to this post with the URL. If there are non, then can somebody please make one. PLease have it look:
---Current websites---
Help with staying safe
Here is a compiled list of ways to stay safe, DOES NOT MEAN YOUR DATA WILL NOT BE CAPTURED BY THE NSA. it just will protect you from the other 7Billion people. The NSA goes directly to the ISP, not your computer. Here it is:
lunix with the HDD removed
----ADS!
So we all need to find a way to get a 1-2 second ad in to the Nightly News. Like NBC. It would be the image of the NSA like meme like
Always
"NSA LOGO"
Watching
Alright please help out, post, tweet, Facebook. We cant do anything until we have TONS of people behind us. Its like putting the cart before the horse. You just dont do that.
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[IMPORTANT] Must Read: Multiple things inside

So, we all come here and express our ideas expecting people who
dont care/dont know/think its right that the NSA to do surveillance on us to be here.
They are not going to come here.
They will sit around and not care and keep doing what they are doing. We need to stop preaching to the choir. The choir already knows.
Its the non belivers who don't know what they are doing. We need to be showing them what they are doing. Tell them, explain to them. This is going to be the biggest issue ever in American (since 1776) history and it will not be placed in the history books ever.
Who cares. We need to go out of our way to show/prove that this is wrong to those people who dont care ect..
Thank you for reading that... here are some ways that you can stay "hidden" on the internet. You still will be tracked but your ISP wont know whats going on. But then again the NSA can break it, hack it, crack it. Well here it is:
Dont forget! donate to the EFF and other internet privacy groups
_______________________________________-----PROTESTING-----_______________________________________ Step one: make sure people KNOW WHEN IT IS. Emphasize that a lot.
Get their signatures that they are promising to come.
Step two(or part of one): make sure you and the other protestors KNOW
WHAT YOUR PROTESTING ABOUT.
Step three: constantly (but not constantly to the point of annoyance)
send out updates as to how you are doing an how this will help and what
the mission statement it. And it kinda rallies them together. If the
protest is a long time away then it reminds them. (maybe once a week?
Twice MAYBE)
Step four: when conducting the protest make sure it's NON VOILENT that
will help the protesters safety, make a point on the cause and get some
style points with the cops.
Step five: after the protest, send out a message to all of the people who
participated saying thanks and it was a help ect.. Try organizing another
even bigger one.
Some tips: try toget the news to report what your doing BUT make sure
they fully understand what your doing. Or you could be smeared.
Get lots of video of what's going on before, during, after protest and
upload it to YouTube, Dropbox, other places to show that if anything
happened it was the cops fault. (they usually instigate things)
And REMEBER: Stay safe
Be passionate
NON VIOLENT
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What techniques/strategies do you guys use to keep your BTC safe?

I've made a separate user account on my ubuntu netbook with a different pass. While on my netbook, I changed my password algoritm stuff for all of my emails and created a new email exclusively just to deal with bitcoin stuff. I'm going to create truecrypted containers for my wallet and put backups on services like Ubuntu One, dropbox and USBs. I'm not going to use my windows desktop to deal with any bitcoin transactions.
I'm sure this is overkill but are there any safety techniques that you guys use when dealing with bitcoin?
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Musings of a 24hr old Shibe (Shibe DOB: 5/8/14, 8:30am EST). To the moon!

I wandered over here from /space yesterday. I want to go to the moon! A competition for a lunar iditarod is still such awesome.
I've fiddled with bitcoin and litecoin in the past...but...such yawn. I never got past setting up a wallet. And I like math, cryptography, and computer esoterica.
The doge community is such fun. In 24 hours, I made a wallet, sipped from a fountain for my first doge, begged for a few more doge to see how the tip bot works, found a good mining pool, and now have a little cache of dogecoin. Much enjoy!
My next step is a script that automatically encrypts my wallet with truecrypt and copies it over to dropbox every time I get a transaction (now, do I keep my wallet on my gaming PC or my shiny new macbook air.....)
I made a personal rule not to buy dogecoins with USD and not to sell my dogecoins for USD. Less fun. Investment boring (and I'm spectacularly bad at it). Doge fun! I'll probably donate my doge after the novelty of seeing my balance going up wears off. Any suggestions for a wallet that doesn't constantly tell me how much my dogecoin is worth in USD?
My secret hope is that my computer finds a block! (is block the right word?) I know I won't get any extra doge, but it would be fun!
Finally, any suggestions for neat tools either a) to use or b) to try and develop? I'm studying for a huge test...please need much distraction!
TL;DR: Much excited! Fun Space! Woof?
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Bitcoin Wallet Security: Highly Secure + Highly Practical

Hi All,
I'm partially making this post as a guide of sorts, but also for the more experienced members to give some feedback about how to improve the security or practicality of this setup.
As the setup evolves, I'll keep this post up-to-date with the changes.
My goal was to keep a highly secure wallet, while maintaining maximum practicality and effortless backups of the important data; Something that you'd be comfortable giving to a technical n00b or your mum.
I wanted the ability to have my wallet available for transactions very easily, but store it securely when it wasn't needed.
This is not intended to be a cold-storage or offline wallet. Most non-tech people don't have access to a spare pc/laptop that they dedicate as an offline wallet. Paper storage and brain wallets are also an option, but I frequently lose paperwork and forget things.
So here's my mini guide:
TL;DR:
The long version:

Software Requirements:

Bitcoin Wallet software: Electrum. Make sure you get the "Portable" version.
Encryption Software: Truecrypt or FreeOTFE.

Instructions:

1) Creat a secure "Hard Drive" for your wallet.
Use TrueCrypt to create a new "container" with the following settings:
  • File location: (I use a folder in my Dropbox for effortless backups)
  • Never Save History
  • Encryption algorithm: Serpent-Twofish-AES
  • Hash Algorithm: Whirlpool
  • Volume Size: 100MB
  • Volume Password: (Use a nice, long, easy to remember passphrase)
  • Tick "Use Keyfile": Generate a new keyfile (I used the default Whirlpool hash) and save the keyfile to a different path outside your Dropbox.
  • Backup your keyfile (not to Dropbox!)
  • Format the volume to finish.
2) Use TrueCrypt to access your new encrypted Volume
  • Open TrueCrypt and pick a free drive letter
  • Mount the encrypted file that you created in your Dropbox earlier
  • Enter your passphrase
  • Use your keyfile that you stored in another folder
3) Explore the Encrypted Volume
Open "My Computer" and you should have a new Hard Drive called "Local Disk"
  • Rename the disk to be something more memorable. I called mine "Electrum"
  • Copy/download/save the Electrum Portable software to the new encrypted drive.
4) Create your new Bitcoin Wallet
  • Run Electrum Portable from the encrypted drive
  • Create a new wallet
  • Copy the 12 words of the wallet generation seed.
  • Save the words to a secure location. (I use an encrypted Evernote note)
  • Re-enter the 12 words to continue
  • Pick a password for your wallet. (Use a Passphrase as you did earlier)
  • That's your Wallet created :)
  • Close Electrum
  • Dismount the Encrypted Volume
5) Auto Launch the Encrypted Volume & Electrum
Create a batch file on your desktop (I called mine OpenWallet.bat)
Edit the file in Notepad and Paste the following text:
:: ------------ User Variables ---------------------------- :: Set these to your own liking SET SecureDriveLetter=P SET EncryptedContainer=C:\Dropbox\!Secure\personal_wallet SET KeyFile=\\nas\backups\protected\personal_wallet.key :: ------------ /User Variables ---------------------------- :: ------------ System Variables ---------------------------- :: Generally don't need to change unless the paths are wrong SET TrueCrypt=%ProgramFiles(x86)%\TrueCrypt\TrueCrypt.exe SET ElectrumPortable=electrum-1.9.5-portable.exe :: ------------ /System Variables ---------------------------- "%TrueCrypt%" /v "%EncryptedContainer%" /l %SecureDriveLetter% /a /h no /keyfile "%KeyFile%" /quit Start "Electrum" /wait /d %SecureDriveLetter%:\ %SecureDriveLetter%:\%ElectrumPortable% "%TrueCrypt%" /d %SecureDriveLetter% /quit ::pause 
Edit the User Variables section to your liking and make sure that the System Variables paths are correct for your system.
6) Open Your New Secure Electrum Volume
Launch the OpenWallet batch file from your desktop. You should be prompted for your TrueCrypt volume password.
Once the correct password is entered, your secure drive will be mounted as P: Drive.
Electrum will open and be available to use as normal.
After you close Electrum, your encrypted volume will dismount until the next time you run the batch file.
Dropbox will store a copy of your encrypted volume and sync it every time it changes.
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Accessing an encrypted bitcoin wallet

Hi reddit. First of all, a disclaimer: I'm probably about to come across as very silly. For the record I am very silly.
Here's my problem - about a year ago I wanted to get on the bitcoin bandwagon. I suspect like most other people who use the internet, I don't have a very good understanding of how it works and am extra ignorant of how to keep things secure properly. So, I followed some kind of guide I found somewhere on reddit detailing how I could create a wallet and keep it secure using truecrypt. It all seemed to work fine and I bought some bitcoins, put them in a blockchain.info wallet, backed it up on dropbox and promptly forgot about it.
Now a year later those bitcoins are worth a hundred times what I paid for them and I'd quite like to get at them. I have a piece of paper with two very long strings of symbols written down, the first featuring punctuation, the second alphanumeric.
In my downloads folder I have a file with the filetype 'File' which I dimly remember creating on truecrypt. It is 512000kb large. I opened the truecrypt client and attempted to 'mount' it (whatever that means) and entered the first of these strings. It seemed to work in that it appeared as an 'E drive' and told me what encryption type I'd used, however as far as I can see it doesn't actually contain any files.
I then turned my attention to the dropbox backup I made of the wallet upon creating it. My attempts to mount it have met with 'error: incorrect voume size' regardless of the password I've used or which or truecrypt's drives I've tried to mount it on. Attempts to simply import it directly into blockchain.info have met with 'error decrypting wallet: please check your password is correct' using either of the passwords I have written down or any others I use regularly.
It seems obvious to me I've done something in truecrypt to the wallet back up or else what is the second password for? However, I don't understand how it works well enough to figure out what I did or how to get back into the wallet so I turn to you, reddit, in the hope that someone who knows about these these things might be able to help me out.
Thanks!
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Thoughts on a cold(ish) wallet storage

So with everything going on (mt gox and others), I'm thinking of doing a cold storage of all my coins. Here is what I was thinking.. First get a copy of Knoppix or a linux distro and make a live CD. Run it on my laptop. Download and install all the QT wallets (bitcoin, litecoin and dogecoin). Let them sync up. I have a address. I will make a transfer to it and test to make sure it goes thru. When it does, I will make a large transfer from my other wallets into it and create my "piggy bank". I will then make a truecrypt drive and place the wallet.dat into it (by the file ->backup wallet setting). Then I will copy this onto a USB drive. I will also keep a copy on dropbox. Since it's encrypted there's n access to the wallet.dat Next, I will do a dumpprivkey for each of the public keys to get the private keys. with that, I will make a QR Code and paste it on a piece of paper with the Public key. Then I got a physical paper in addition to the usb drive which I can keep locked away.
Hopefully since I backed up using the qt wallets, I shouldn't have any transaction limits.
Thoughts?
I've been reading a bit about the transaction limits. Do those apply only when I was to send the coins out? Is there a limit on receiving? For instance, could I say weekly send money to the "piggy bank"?
What exactly is the key pool? I'm seeing notes that it is per transaction. Others are per wallet.
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Thoughts on a cold(ish) wallet storage

So with everything going on (mt gox and others), I'm thinking of doing a cold storage of all my coins. Here is what I was thinking..
First get a copy of Knoppix or a linux distro and make a live CD. Run it on my laptop. Download and install all the QT wallets (bitcoin, litecoin and dogecoin). Let them sync up.
I have a address. I will make a transfer to it and test to make sure it goes thru. When it does, I will make a large transfer from my other wallets into it and create my "piggy bank".
I will then make a truecrypt drive and place the wallet.dat into it (by the file ->backup wallet setting). Then I will copy this onto a USB drive. I will also keep a copy on dropbox. Since it's encrypted there's n access to the wallet.dat
Next, I will do a dumpprivkey for each of the public keys to get the private keys. with that, I will make a QR Code and paste it on a piece of paper with the Public key. Then I got a physical paper in addition to the usb drive which I can keep locked away.
Hopefully since I backed up using the qt wallets, I shouldn't have any transaction limits.
Thoughts?
I've been reading a bit about the transaction limits. Do those apply only when I was to send the coins out? Is there a limit on receiving? For instance, could I say weekly send money to the "piggy bank"?
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TrueCrypt 7.1a AES 256 bit / Cracked how to use Axcrypt Tutorial & Review Technologies - YouTube Шифруем диски и флешки Ampix0 - YouTube

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