In computer terminology, encryption means scrambling or protecting the contents of a file or folder so that it cannot be viewed by unauthorized individuals. There are a number of software programs used for encryption, including one that utilizes the .tc file extension.
Files with the extension .tc are created by True Crypt, a software program created by the True Crypt Foundation.
A file with the .tc file extension is known as a True Crypt volume.
A .tc file contains all of the data contained on a CD, DVD, external hard drive or zip drive. The contents of the drive or disc have been encrypted and saved as one file with the .tc extension.
Files with the .tc extension require a password specified using True Crypt to be opened, which restricts access to the contents of the drive or disc. True Crypt even allows you to create a dummy secondary password that can be entered instead of the real password if you are forced to try and access a file under duress.
Files with the .tc extension and True Crypt can be used on Mac OS X, Linux, Windows 7, Vista or XP operating systems.
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