Cryptonite

Cryptonite


This is a free and open-source file encryption solution based on the original EncFS code. Cryptonite is fully compatible with all EncFS features.

Mounting doesn't work on some Android 4.2 devices. We're working on a solution.

READ THIS FIRST: This application is UNDER DEVELOPMENT. Intended for EXPERIENCED ANDROID USERS ONLY. While most features don't require root, mounting EncFS volumes requires ROOT and Kernel FUSE support (found in some CyanogenMod ROMs). Downloading from, uploading to and creating EncFS volumes on your Dropbox or on your phone is supported on all devices.
@marius: siehe deutsche Anleitung: https://github.com/neurodroid/cryptonite/wiki/How-To-German
@H: Don't use the rating system as your testing playground. It's highly demotivating.

OFFLINE MODE: To access an encrypted Dropbox volume when you're offline, sync the encrypted volume to a local folder with one of the many apps that provide online storage synchronization (e.g. FolderSync Lite or Dropsync). Then, mount that local volume with Cryptonite. This will only work on rooted phones that support FUSE though.

FEEDBACK: Please send a report if you experience a forced close, and send comments, suggestions, bug reports and patches to: https://github.com/neurodroid/cryptonite/issues

SECURITY: Read up on important security considerations: https://github.com/neurodroid/cryptonite/wiki/Security-Considerations

PERMISSIONS: Internet permission is required to access your Dropbox.
SD card access is required to read and write files.

FAQ: Why can't I decrypt and encrypt files on the fly?
Why can't I mount EncFS volumes on my Samsung/ Motorola / Sony device?
Why can't I access any folder on my Dropbox?
Why do I need root privileges to mount EncFS and TrueCrypt volumes?
See https://github.com/neurodroid/cryptonite/wiki/Frequently-Asked-Questions

MOUNTING ON NON-ROOTED DEVICES: If you want to get non-root support on CyanogenMod, star this issue:
https://code.google.com/p/cyanogenmod/issues/detail?id=5034

SOURCE CODE: is available from https://github.com/neurodroid/cryptonite

Keywords: Encryption, EncFS, Dropbox, AES, Blowfish

Recent changes:
0.7.17 BETA
* Improve support for deeply nested Dropbox folders.
* Ugly hack to support mounting on some devices (see Preferences).
* encfs binary should now work on Android 5 and later.
* Updated openssl and Dropbox sdk.
* Minor bug fixes and improvements.

For a full list of changes, see http://code.google.com/p/cryptonite/wiki/ChangeLog
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About Cryptonite
This is a free and open-source file encryption solution based on the original EncFS code. Cryptonite is fully compatible with all EncFS features.

Mounting doesn't work on some Android 4.2 devices. We're working on a solution.

READ THIS FIRST: This application is UNDER DEVELOPMENT. Intended for EXPERIENCED ANDROID USERS ONLY. While most features don't require root, mounting EncFS volumes requires ROOT and Kernel FUSE support (found in some CyanogenMod ROMs). Downloading from, uploading to and creating EncFS volumes on your Dropbox or on your phone is supported on all devices.
@marius: siehe deutsche Anleitung: https://github.com/neurodroid/cryptonite/wiki/How-To-German
@H: Don't use the rating system as your testing playground. It's highly demotivating.

OFFLINE MODE: To access an encrypted Dropbox volume when you're offline, sync the encrypted volume to a local folder with one of the many apps that provide online storage synchronization (e.g. FolderSync Lite or Dropsync). Then, mount that local volume with Cryptonite. This will only work on rooted phones that support FUSE though.

FEEDBACK: Please send a report if you experience a forced close, and send comments, suggestions, bug reports and patches to: https://github.com/neurodroid/cryptonite/issues

SECURITY: Read up on important security considerations: https://github.com/neurodroid/cryptonite/wiki/Security-Considerations

PERMISSIONS: Internet permission is required to access your Dropbox.
SD card access is required to read and write files.

FAQ: Why can't I decrypt and encrypt files on the fly?
Why can't I mount EncFS volumes on my Samsung/ Motorola / Sony device?
Why can't I access any folder on my Dropbox?
Why do I need root privileges to mount EncFS and TrueCrypt volumes?
See https://github.com/neurodroid/cryptonite/wiki/Frequently-Asked-Questions

MOUNTING ON NON-ROOTED DEVICES: If you want to get non-root support on CyanogenMod, star this issue:
https://code.google.com/p/cyanogenmod/issues/detail?id=5034

SOURCE CODE: is available from https://github.com/neurodroid/cryptonite

Keywords: Encryption, EncFS, Dropbox, AES, Blowfish

Recent changes:
0.7.17 BETA
* Improve support for deeply nested Dropbox folders.
* Ugly hack to support mounting on some devices (see Preferences).
* encfs binary should now work on Android 5 and later.
* Updated openssl and Dropbox sdk.
* Minor bug fixes and improvements.

For a full list of changes, see http://code.google.com/p/cryptonite/wiki/ChangeLog

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A Google User
May 8, 2015
Excellent Now mounting an encFS folder can be accessed for normal write operation in Gionee M2 OS v4.22 Jelly Bean. However, in Ubislate Tab 7CZ OS v4.4.2 KitKat, write operations in mounted folder can be accessed only via root file browser (file renaming though, can be done using a normal file browser. How can we mount TrueCrypt container file?
A Google User
May 2, 2015
Really great ...for nerds and users with advanced needs, thank you!
A Google User
Apr 11, 2015
No truecrypt support I was not able to open truecrypt container
A Google User
Apr 7, 2015
Good! Bit of a learning curve, but great app. Nice linking with encrypted Dropbox folders.
A Google User
Apr 5, 2015
We need😊 On the fly encryption πŸ”’πŸ”“πŸ”
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