Paul Le Roux
Paul Calder Le Roux (born 24 December 1972) is a former programmer, former criminal cartel boss and informant to the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). In 1999, he created E4M, a free and open-source disk encryption software program for Microsoft Windows, and is sometimes credited for open-source TrueCrypt, which is based on E4M's code, though he denies involvement with TrueCrypt.
- The battle for privacy has long been lost in the real world. The system has been turned against companies and individuals conducting business that cannot possibly have national security implications. Encryption is the mechanism with which to combat these intrusions, preserve your rights, and guarantee your freedoms in the information age and beyond.