WeichertGriffin

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  1. I'd like a solution that is open source and supports at least PC and Linux. Mac, Andriod and iOS support would be a bonus. I'm thinking AES Crypt https://www.aescrypt.com/ eventhough it doesn't support folder, only files. This means if a user creates a new file, it won't be encrypted automatically (I think). VeraCrypt http://sourceforge.net/projects/veracrypt/ looks worth installing and playing with as well. What ever solution I pick needs to be as user hands off as possible since the people I'm dealing with are confused when I tell them they can't get email when the power is off.
  2. This is correct. I'd like to sync already encrypted files. Here's the plan Computer A has the encrypted files and a private key. The user can decrupt the files and modify them. Computer B has the encrypted files but NO KEY. No one on this computer can see the contents of the files. Computer C has the encrypted files and a private key. The user can decrupt the files and modify them. The goal is to maintain security of files across the sync with only the users with keys to see the files. The only way to anser this may be just to test several variations, but the question comes as to
  3. If files are encrypted on my computer and are synced to another device, with those files remain encrypted and unreadable without the key on the other device? I'm thinking that my computer will un-encrypt them in order to send them to the other pc. My goal is to simply use the other device as a intermediary backup for accounting files, but not allow access to them by anyone other than on the accountants computer and their laptop, which is also part of the sync.