Userspace Encrypted File System
EncFS provides an encrypted file system, layered on top of a normal
directory tree and encrypts individual files which are stored in the
hosting directory tree.
This has several advantages over the loopback encryption which
provided by the Linux kernel: - No space is and has to be
reserved, encrypted files only take the space that they really
- Backups: encrypted files can be individually backed-up on the host
- Layering: Since it's hosted on a normal filesystem, encfs can be
used on filesystems which normally have no support encryption,
like NFS or other userspace filesystems.
EncFS is implemented as a userspace filesystem in an unprivileged
application using fuse (FUSE (Filesystem in USErspace)).
- Sources inherited from project openSUSE:13.1
- Download package
osc -A https://api.opensuse.org checkout openSUSE:13.1:Update/encfs && cd $_
- Create Badge
|configure-fix.patch||0000000673 673 Bytes||over 12 years|
|encfs-1.7.4.tar.bz2||0000669039 653 KB||over 12 years|
|encfs.changes||0000005295 5.17 KB||about 10 years|
|encfs.spec||0000002760 2.7 KB||about 10 years|