Hm... Under GNU/Linux there's ecryptfs, but I'm not sure if it's
capable of using a GPG key for decrypting the symmetric key? It doesn't
use containers and actually encrypts each file individually. It does
have its own structure for file layout, though (technically, you can
identify which file is which by timestamp, for example).
On 2012-04-17 08:07, Ricardo Martinez Moya wrote: > Truecrypt is great, but it forces you to use containers.
> I need each file to be encrypted on its own.
> Am 17.04.2012 04:09 schrieb "Anthony Papillon" <email@example.com>:
>> Check out TrueCrypt. Doesn't enceyp to your key but works great.
>> Sent from my mobile device
>> On Apr 16, 2012, at 5:02 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>>> I am looking for an application the surveys a folder, and once I
>>> drop a
>>> file there it is being encrypted with my GPG key. The background
>>> is, that I
>>> want to use folder to be synced with a remote location (dropbox).
>>> And I
>>> just want to be shure the files are encrypted on the fly.
>>> Anyone knows one?
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