EncryptDecrypt Reloaded 3.2

Easily encrypt and decrypt files in GNOME
EncryptDecrypt Reloaded is a Nautilus script that enables you to encrypt files using a pre-made gpg key, without the necessity of entering password.

For files:

xxx.* -> xxxx.gpg Pops out a window asking the private key for being used. Encrypts the file and securely erases it with "wipe" program. After a sucessful decrypt, it securely erases the .gpg file.

For folders:

xxxxx -> xxxx.dtgz.gpg Pops out a window asking the private key for being used. Compress the entire folder in a gziped file (.dtgz) and then encrypts that. After sucessful encryption securly erases the folder with "wipe" program. After a sucessful decrypt, it automaticaly decompress the .dtgz file (creating the original folder) and erases the old .dtgz.gpg file.

last updated on:
June 1st, 2009, 13:25 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Renan Manola
homepage:
www.gtk-apps.org
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Desktop Environment \ Tools

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What's New in This Release:
  • Compability updates for non-english locales and some bugfixes. By Renan Manola.
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