EncFSman 1.01

Effortleslly create and manage encrypted filesystems with this handy GTK utility
EncFSman is an open source graphical software written in GTK and designed to allow you to create encrypted filesystems, define mappings, as well as to mount and unmount these filesystems and store passphrases in a secure place.

EncFSman is able to automatically detect whether you use KDE's wallet or GNOME's keyring to store passwords. If you add this application in your startup folder, it will automount your defined mappings at login.

last updated on:
August 21st, 2013, 1:28 GMT
developed by:
Frank Mersmann
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
ROOT \ Security


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EncFSman - The main window, where users can manage all their encrypted foldersEncFSman - Users will be able to add and edit device mappingsEncFSman - From the preferences dialog, users will be able to modify GUI and other settings
What's New in This Release:
  • Fixed: Some minor bugs and code polish.
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