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Cryptkeeper an applet to manage your EncFS

Dec 15, 2011, 21:03 (0 Talkback[s])

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"Yesterday I've done an introduction to EncFS, a Free (GPL) FUSE-based cryptographic filesystem that transparently encrypts files, using an arbitrary directory as storage for the encrypted files. i've show how install and use it from the command line, but there is also an easier way to integrate it with your Desktop:Cryptkeeper.

"Cryptkeeper is a Linux system tray applet that manages EncFS encrypted folders.

"Installation: To build the source package you need: libgtk+ >= 2.8 gconf 2.0 encfs and fuse (I used fuse 2.6.3) But probably you'll find this software in the repository of your Distirbution, it's available on my Ubuntu 11.10, so i've just typed from a terminal:"

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