I have many sensitive documentation which I am scared to lose or get somebody accessed. My question would be what is the ultimate encryption protection? I have read lot of articles saying that for instance bitlocker is prone to cracking or reverse brute force password hacking. I am a little paranoic using 24 alfanumeric character password but still scared if reading articles as bellow saying there is tool to crack bitclocker protection.
Can any cipher professional say what tool is secure by ultimate way? I used veracryp, LUKS partition on Linux with AES256 but I am scared brute force attack especially with highly powerfull CUDA graphical card able to speedup brute force process significantly. Any professional advice would be highly welcomed. Kindest regards, Andy