[kde-linux] Re: Password protect one folder?
rdalek1967 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 20 00:08:13 UTC 2011
Mark Knecht wrote:
> In KDE is there a way for me to password protect one folder such
> that if Dolphin is open and I click on the folder it specifically asks
> me for a password before opening it?
> I'm thinking of the case where I walk away from my machine and
> someone else walks up and tries to get into a directory that has
> sensitive data in it.
> If need be I'm probably OK with using some application to encrypt
> the directory as long as accessing it is more or less nothing more
> than click the folder in Dolphin, supply a password and then the
> folder opens.
I'm not sure what program does this but in mine, if I right click on a
file or directory in Konqueror, I can select to encrypt it in the
actions part of the menu. I have done this before and it does work. I
think it uses Kgpg but not sure. I know I use the same password I gave it.
Hope that helps.
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