I want to store some data encrypted to carry around with me (this includes some scans of relevant paperwork, my TAN List for online banking, my gnupg and ssh keys and stuff like that). So not really a huge amount of data but also more than a little textfile.
What I want is a container I can put on my thumbdrive to carry things around in that is fully encrypted. A few more requirements:
- Strong Encryption, so no ZIP with passwords
- I want to sync the container to more than one location (in case the thumbdrive breaks or is stolen for example) so I cannot just create another dmcrypt partition on the thumbdrive
- I want to open the container from my GNOME environment without a lot of terminal fiddling. Not that I don't like terminals, but I want a certain level of convenience. (Right-clicking in nautilus to "mount" is OK, entering 3 commands in a terminal is not)
- Bonus: Something I can open from Windows and/or OSX as well