What's the best way to encrypt data before uploading it to the cloud?

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  • cryfs

    Cryptographic filesystem for the cloud

    PS: someone mentioned cryfs. While it's a very promising project and I am watching it with interest, any real use should probably wait until https://www.cryfs.org/ loses the big, bold, text "Let us notify you when CryFS is stable!" To be honest, for most normal use cases, gocryptfs does the job just fine -- the advantage that cryfs has over gocryptfs is not one that should negatively impact most normal usages.

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