LibreCrypt (formerly DoxBox) is an open-source disk encryption for Windows and the successor of FreeOTFE
Change of name to 'LibreCrypt' in version 6.2
Easy to use, with a 'wizard' for creating new 'DoxBoxes'.
Full transparent encryption, DoxBoxes appear as removable disks in Windows Explorer.
Explorer mode lets you access DoxBoxes when you don't have admin permissions.
Compatible with Linux encryption, Cryptoloop "losetup", dm-crypt, and LUKS. Linux shell scripts support deniable encryption on Linux.
Supports smartcards and security tokens.
Encrypted DoxBoxes can be a file, a partition, or a whole disk.
Opens legacy volumes created with FreeOTFE
Runs on Windows Vista onwards (see note below for 64 bit versions).
Supports numerous hash (including SHA-512, RIPEMD-320, Tiger) and encryption algorithms (Including AES, Twofish, and Serpent) in several modes (CBC, LRW, and XTS), giving more options than any other disk encryption software.
Optional 'key files' let you use a thumb-drive as a key.
Portable mode doesn't need to be installed and leaves little trace on 3rd party PCs (administrator rights needed).
Deniable encryption protects you from 'rubber hose cryptography'.... More Info »
Please note this is a Beta version with some known limitations. Particularly on 64 bit Windows the text 'Test Mode' is shown on the desktop.