When I mount a 50 GB volume created by TrueCrypt, I see a huge folder with a lot of files with weird names inside. I've got that folder on my HD. Is it possible that these files have been created by TrueCrypt?

  • @DavidSchwartz: I've tried to improve the question. It should be more clear now. – Revious Mar 4 '14 at 13:48
  • Are the files located inside the TrueCrypt volume or outside it? – That Brazilian Guy Mar 4 '14 at 13:52
  • Outside the volume, but I think I've found the answer.. probably they were created by a tool called Eraser 6 used to delete free space.. If some of you answer: "No, the problem is not related to TrueCrypt" I will accept the answer – Revious Mar 4 '14 at 13:54
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    Just so you know it, you can answer your own question, it's perfectly fine to do so, and you can accept your own answer after 48 hours. – That Brazilian Guy Mar 4 '14 at 15:12

No, the problem isn't related to TrueCrypt. As you noted, it's caused by a tool called Eraser 6.

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