I want to have a personal folder on my office desktop secured by a password. What is the most reliable and convenient option?
I found these two:
Having a 7z archive with encrypted file names. But an archive format is not very convenient.
Having a VeraCrypt file I can mount as a drive. It seems a good option. I guess I can't use the automount feature because that means if an administrator change my password and log on with my profile he will have the drive automatically mounted and thus access to my files. It seems good but I have to unmount my drive each time I leave my computer.
Is it a bad idea to synchronize a Google Drive folder in that virtual drive?
Is there a better solution?
Ideally I would like to have an encrypted folder asking for a password each time I open it and that stays unlocked for a short period of time (30 minutes).