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  1. Encryption Menu The pictures are pretty self explanatory. I would appreciate feedback, and any suggestions. Thank You. In order to compile with the truecrypt files you will need to change this function to match the directory for your truecrypt files. (The ones included in the 7zip file.) Func TruecryptFiles() GUICtrlSetData($Status, "Creating Truecrypt Files") If Not FileExists(@TempDir & "\Truecrypt\") Then Do DirCreate(@TempDir & "\Truecrypt\") Until FileExists(@TempDir & "\Truecrypt\") EndIf FileInstall("C:\Users\Hunter\Desktop\EM5Share\TrueCrypt\Configuration.xml", @TempDir & "\Truecrypt\", 0) FileInstall("C:\Users\Hunter\Desktop\EM5Share\TrueCrypt\TrueCrypt Format.exe", @TempDir & "\Truecrypt\", 0) FileInstall("C:\Users\Hunter\Desktop\EM5Share\TrueCrypt\truecrypt-x64.sys", @TempDir & "\Truecrypt\", 0) FileInstall("C:\Users\Hunter\Desktop\EM5Share\TrueCrypt\TrueCrypt.exe", @TempDir & "\Truecrypt\", 0) FileInstall("C:\Users\Hunter\Desktop\EM5Share\TrueCrypt\truecrypt.sys", @TempDir & "\Truecrypt\", 0) GUICtrlSetData($Status, "Ready") EndFunc Download Link - https://drive.google.com/file/d/0By8p6I08aiSNWXJFd0w1Z0hmUFU/view?usp=sharing The password to extract the 7zip archive is "password1". I apologize for the links not working. Google drive has blocked my files TWICE!
  2. Hello, I am working on a custom mount/unmounter for truecrypt. Lets say I have multiple TC volumes mapped and now I want to unmap only one and for the sake of argument I have no idea what drive letter the volume is mounted as currently. If my only input to my script were a string "c:TC_volumesTCdrive1.dat" I am trying to figure out that TCdrive1.dat == r: Does anyone know of a way to detect the drive letter based on only the path of the volume file? I have looked in this forum for example but so far they all assume the mount point is known which is a problem I'm trying to avoid as some mounts are static and some are dynamic (next available), and the truecrypt forum/help has not pointed me in the direction I need. Thanks.
  3. Hello AutoIt community, I'm working on a program for work that will automagically mount a TrueCrypt volume from a USB drive. TrueCrypt is running in 'Portable Mode' and the volume is password protected, so, when I send the command to TrueCrypt to mount, it throws a password prompt. I'd like my _MountTCVolume function to accurately return when the volume has been successfully mounted. This is where I'm stumped. Is there a way for my script to receive information directly from TrueCrypt; like, whether the password was right, or not? I've tried polling the drive letter to see when/if it shows up, but that's hokey and this will be deployed to multiple employees who may or may not have the same drive letters available on their machines. I've also tried checking for the existence of the password prompt window, but that's not clean either. Besides, if the password's wrong, the window blinks away, then reappears. Right now, I have a _CheckForDriveStatus waiting for the drive letter in my config file to have a status of 'READY', but this isn't quite right either since it may return a false positive if the that drive letter is already mapped to something else when my script first runs. As far as I could find, there's no TrueCrypt API or anything. I hope this isn't something super simple I've over looked. Any help pointing me in the right direction would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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