Legacy Support for TrueCrypt Format: Version 1.25.9

Starting from version 1.26.7, VeraCrypt discontinued support for the TrueCrypt format to prioritize the highest security standards. However, recognizing the transitionary needs of our users, we have preserved version 1.25.9, the last to support the TrueCrypt format.
On this page, users can find download links for version 1.25.9, specifically provided for converting TrueCrypt volumes to the more secure VeraCrypt format. We strongly recommend transitioning to VeraCrypt volumes and using our latest releases for ongoing encryption needs, as they encompass the latest security enhancements.

VeraCrypt 1.25.9 (Saturday February 19, 2022)

Important Notice for VeraCrypt RPM Packages

VeraCrypt signs its RPM packages using the standard RPM signature mechanism which embedds the signature into the packages. This makes verification easier for users. Follow these steps to ensure secure installation:

  1. Import VeraCrypt GPG Public Key: In a terminal window, use the following command to import the VeraCrypt GPG public key:
    sudo rpm --import
    This process will display the key's fingerprint and ask for your confirmation before adding the key.
  2. Validate the Key's Fingerprint: During the key import process, carefully verify that the displayed fingerprint matches the official VeraCrypt fingerprint:
    5069 A233 D55A 0EEB 174A 5FC3 821A CD02 680D 16DE
    This step is vital for your security. Do not proceed if the fingerprints do not match.

🔒 By following these steps, you help ensure the integrity of the software you install, safeguarding your system from potential threats.

Remember, your security is paramount. Always verify the authenticity of your downloads.


PGP Public Key: (ID=0x680D16DE, Fingerprint=5069A233D55A0EEB174A5FC3821ACD02680D16DE)

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