Cryptomator provides transparent, client-side encryption for the cloud (and locally, too).
The program creates an AES-encrypted file in your Dropbox folder, Google Drive, or whatever other location you like. Just specify the file name, location and a passphrase, and you're done.
Once the vault is set up, Cryptomator mounts it as a virtual drive on your computer.
Save any documents to that drive, and they're automatically encrypted, then uploaded to the cloud (if this is a cloud storage folder).
When you're finished, lock the vault, the virtual drive disappears, and no-one will even know it's there.
Cryptomator is available on multiple platforms, allowing access to your data from almost anywhere, but keep in mind that the iOS app is a commercial product ($4.99).
What's new in 1.4.7 (see changelog for more)?
- Fixed password entry after trying to unlock with a wrong password (#847)
- Fixed opening multiple instances of Cryptomator (#858)
- Fixed cancel button in graceful shutdown dialog (#854)
- Fixed changing modification time of symlink in FUSE (#853)
- Updated to JavaFX 12 (#866)
A simple way to secure your cloud files, and access them from just about anywhere.