Re: File encryption
Try PGP. It is the most secure and reliable way. You can also have your
own signature and public and private key as well. It is suitable to be
used in emails too. I use PGP in Thunderbird and they work perfect
together. It is also very fast and efficient when you want to encrypt
lots of files with big capacity.
Mark Crean wrote:
If wonder if anyone's got experience or advice to share about a good
way of using file encryption on Debian Etch? There seem to be a lot of
different methods, but which one might suit the following:
I only want to encrypt a single folder with personal stuff in it.
Around 200 files or so. (The Truecrypt virtual disk/containers idea
sounds ideal, but I don't want to use Truecrypt. It's not in the
Debian repositories and I'm looking for something that has full Debian
support.) I guess I could use pgp but I'm wondering if there is
something else that offers the virtual disk/containers idea or similar.