Qccrypt is a very small graphical frontend for the ccrypt encryption/decryption commandline program. The file to encrypt/decrypt can be passed as a parameter on the commandline.
|Operating Systems||Windows POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release adds a new homemade logo, available in several resolutions, drag-and-drop functionalities (one file or folder at a time), and a new option for folder encryption: it's now possible to not encrypt already-encrypted files (enabled by default).
Release Notes: A progress bar was added. A result window was added. The folder encryption/decryption process was changed: now, Qccrypt scans all files and encrypts or decrypts each one, instead of using the ccrypt recursive encryption parameter (-r). As each operation is displayed in the result window, it's now easier to identify an error with encryption or decryption.
Release Notes: Some minor bugs were corrected. During the encryption/decryption process, the mouse cursor takes on the appearance of an hour glass.
Release Notes: A new "enter password" dialog was added for the encryption process: the password must be confirmed. The possibility to encrypt or decrypt a folder recursively was added. The possibility to keep the original file to encrypt or decrypt was added.
Release Notes: If the target file name of a file to encrypt or decrypt already exists, the program asks you if you want to overwrite it or not. The icon of Qccrypt now appears correctly at the top left corner when the application is started.