Greetings good people of Wilders Security. We're a team out of Norway that have created a free, open source (GPL v3) Windows application for creating AES-256 encrypted file archives with plausible deniablity. We believe privacy software should be free and available for all, and for such software to have any value at all it should be open source and open to code reviews and audits. We just released our app and source code on GitHub yesterday. Our home on GitHub: https://github.com/Commitant/RabbitHole We've only just signed up for this forum, but we know its reputation for having a large community of knowledgeable members on topics like privacy technology, practices and techniques, as well as encryption. We therefore welcome your opinions, comments and critique in order to continue developing our software and providing the best possible tool for keeping private stuff private, and to do so with plausible deniability. Ofcourse, we dont't roll our own crypto, we've built our software around the trusted Bouncy Castle library from the Leagion of the Bouncy Castle. Also our code base is very small (around 500 lines of code), and so we invite you to review the code and make your own judgements. When it comes to privacy, we should all be mindful and selective of who we trust. Our software is inspired by applications like TrueCrypt, VeraCrypt and similar software, and we believe our software has a combination of properties which make it interesting. Here's a quick overview: Encrypted file archive AES 256 (Rijndael block cipher) Bouncy Castle, trusted crypto Any number of hidden volumes Encrypted volumes indistinguishable from random data Plausible deniability Very small code base, easily inspected and audited Open source, free software (GNU GPL v3) Stay safe, stay secure.