But there are strange things happening - like the endorsement of bitlocker. Even more strange is the wayback machine people excluding truecrypt.org from their database. Here's what you see:
Sorry.This URL has been excluded from the Wayback Machine.
Why should Wayback care about a site like truecrypt.org unless someone told them to erase it or are they simply being overloaded with too many queries? Just a thought.
There are calls to fork the development. Legal issues with a fork aside, this effort looks very promising: http://truecrypt.ch/ (It appears that they may be using bootstrap too. Our sites will all be using bootstrap soon.)
I agree with Steve Gibson - continue using it until it's proven to have a severe problem and I guess we will see what happens after the crowd funded code audit is finished. Mr Gibson has kindly posted the 7.1a Windows and Linux installers and source code here:
Open source is going to be scrutinized even more now that this has happened and so soon after the OpenSSL heartbeat thing...