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Preferably an alternative that is Free Liberating Open-Source Software/ FLOSS. I would have used Truecrypt, but it has been discontinued.

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  • If by "deniable encryption" you mean a second encrypted volume that you can pretend doesn't exist, there is none. – Mark Aug 7 '15 at 7:14
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TrueCrypt 7.1a has been forked into other projects, such as VeraCrypt, which just like TrueCrypt offers hidden volumes.

I can't comment on whether to trust TrueCrypt/VeraCrypt or not (since TrueCrypt's sudden discontinuation), but both are open-source so you can figure it out yourself, and there has been an audit on TrueCrypt recently (as of writing).

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