We should take into account, that almost all the critical vulnerabilities
were found in the NEW implementation of encrypting the boot loader that
supports UEFI (it was added a few months ago for the first time to support
encryption for the new Bios type machines). It's still not mature at
all.... so give it at least 6 more months to become stable.
*The bottom line of the audit (except the UEFI):*
It means that the core code/90% of the features in VeraCrypt are absolutely
strong and great, including encryption of Legacy Bios machines and creating
separated encrypted volumes.