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@bailey27 bailey27 released this Mar 17, 2019 · 3 commits to master since this release

This release fixes issue #49 with TeraCopy's asynchronous copy mode.

It also fixes issue #42 with running XnViewMP from a container.

Also, the feature request in issue #52 has been added. Double-clicking on a mounted volume in the mount tab will open an Explorer window on that drive or mount point directory.

This release was built using Dokany 1.2.2.1000.

It will not work with Dokany 1.1.x.

You will need to install the latest Dokany 1.2.x (not the 2.0 beta) before using cppcryptfs. DokanSetup_redist.exe is probably the best installer to use.

https://github.com/dokan-dev/dokany/releases

There is no installation program for cppcryptfs. Just save it somewhere (could be on your deskstop) and run it from there.

The cppcryptfs executables are signed by the developer and are for 32/64-bit Windows 7 and higher.

The 64-bit version (cppcryptfs.exe) requires 64-bit Windows. The 32-bit version (cppcryptfs32.exe) will run on either 32 or 64-bit Windows, but it is recommended to use the 64-bit version of cppcryptfs on 64-bit Windows.

Note: the 32-bit version is named cppcryptfs32.exe. You can rename it to cppcryptfs.exe after downloading it if you wish.

Here are the file sizes and hashes.


cppcryptfs.exe (64-bit) 7,085,312 bytes

md5: c3708f1864b8e634e9e5a702df127ccd

sha1: bbf6475fd97da514697ef56d7bb7112a11f0208f

sha256: b93ef98c36d6f0640967ed1948edaf0a71c16739edd7c1e13f4ee50934bcb3ab

sha512: da5f56e7ab92aeee6490dd1888c1765a4f3f8e530684e8d86bcca6782fe42b21bcfa97e176770e33cf9657b7e46bd142b44db6a4b33df3e2d8ab27db5a22be11

cppcryptfs32.exe (32-bit) 5,752,576 bytes

md5: b2da6bab16ae08c80d29280c076d0a2d

sha1: 9e0a50db756cdb2ca0cf6b4f2f14bd680c1367ce

sha256: bae21d5d23e0d95f75066dee9aea4dd6fef5a2ff98c8e79e3aa67dc078fdf24f

sha512: 55bf1213c38b5eecf91a8aa0e20fca2730d93cfb6e48708ce10b1c2ba7ef01032dccc5ff2347555cb3911155aa71f63ba69e40a52e3362d873d78fb2039413e3
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@bailey27 bailey27 released this Jan 13, 2019 · 15 commits to master since this release

This release is linked with OpenSSL 3.0.0 (as opposed to 1.x which was used previously).

Also, for the first time, there is a 32bit binary in addition to the 64bit.

The 32-bit version has not been thoroughly tested. Please exercise caution when using it (back up files, etc.).

This release was built using Dokany 1.2.1.2000.

It will not work with Dokany 1.1.x.

You will need to install the latest Dokany 1.2.x (not the 2.0 beta) before using cppcryptfs. DokanSetup_redist.exe is probably the best installer to use.

https://github.com/dokan-dev/dokany/releases

There is no installation program for cppcryptfs. Just save it somewhere (could be on your deskstop) and run it from there.

The cppcryptfs executables are signed by the developer and are for 32/64-bit Windows 7 and higher.

The 64-bit version (cppcryptfs.exe) requires 64-bit Windows. The 32-bit version (cppcryptfs32.exe) will run on either 32 or 64-bit Windows, but it is recommended to use the 64-bit version of cppcryptfs on 64-bit Windows.

Note: the 32-bit version is named cppcryptfs32.exe. You can rename it to cppcryptfs.exe after downloading it if you wish.

Below are the file sizes and hashes.


cppcryptfs.exe (64-bit) 7,057,152 bytes

md5: 6a4bd0a5e404fed59681a5bcbb0530cd

sha1: 1af8b3571737dbf97a781c1e744eb80a64a79a3c

sha256: 1b7539decc4276cd0c792b4689d8ea560a72c28a100f48c5e1cc677784bf2741

sha512: d9e6ec865ff6f915c19975a184ddf2289bb12fe70d599cb2095f8322b489f6ac1a82c1f1fa48c9850b96ba64446747699e98370f8edfd76ea3e60a890a161c3b

cppcryptfs32.exe (32-bit) 5,656,832 bytes

md5: a975d5b39034b6a8cd33ee4786464959

sha1: 4ef9d66198c2803232a418d7cdb26420150108f8

sha256: f1abd530a4cf7d362390d2d22d53497f09cefdaf5cdbf5dfb6041a83785d6540

sha512: ba0a1a93b685dc715941f26c3498489427864e728fdc609adcfca837973a4a6cee5b14407dfa03679249e2b1e1cd55e31a79d3f472518f0dc2e7fffdcb8aa66f
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@bailey27 bailey27 released this Jan 6, 2019 · 16 commits to master since this release

This release was built using Dokany 1.2.1.2000.

It will not work with Dokany 1.1.x.

You will need to install the latest Dokany 1.2.x (not the 2.0 beta) before using cppcryptfs. DokanSetup_redist.exe is probably the best installer to use.

https://github.com/dokan-dev/dokany/releases

There is no installation program for cppcryptfs. Just save it somewhere (could be on your deskstop) and run it from there.

The cppcryptfs executable is signed by the developer and is for 64-bit Windows 7 and higher. Here are the file size and hashes.


cppcryptfs.exe (64-bit) 7,034,624 bytes

md5: 62554f02b999be81a45464d3cd062bf0

sha1: 7f8df9b8d79380617de19af5d0dfcfc9591ff671

sha256: a824e923c7f61f92c4847716de36e668908d95519aab5bd579922a47641387b0

sha512: 0c5e153d25fa2faa3fb3b32ff9242c542232949daeace2a07e2e489b8db5f2b5781c050daa1565501671c1299f59f44bfcadb3710c92f67de5e24d6ca00ec759

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@bailey27 bailey27 released this Jul 8, 2018 · 44 commits to master since this release

This release fixes a problem with mounting encrypted filesystems from UNC paths.

This release is compiled using the /Qspectre compiler flag, which has superseded /d2guardspecload for Spectre vulnerability mitigation.

You will need to install the latest Dokany 1.1.x (not the 2.0 beta) before using cppcryptfs. DokanSetup_redist.exe is probably the best installer to use.

https://github.com/dokan-dev/dokany/releases

There is no installation program for cppcryptfs. Just save it somewhere (could be on your deskstop) and run it from there.

The cppcryptfs executable is signed by the developer and is for 64-bit Windows 7 and higher. Here are the file size and hashes.


cppcryptfs.exe (64-bit) 7,013,120 bytes

md5: bc10aedd69133e77279ee62912c7de34

sha1: ae51120d29041b5b5f2caf268b506c0795093686

sha256: 3aa5f29ae6892981c641b6d1c4bd567189f328218630d2696f0a1f3ec742dc79

sha512: f006ae53c6300b26b7fc4eb42fe9c087641defc330ef8540645ff20496a44ef2021caefe4adbec54ff4691461f1d9b9471a6625b63903d948dfcb978c440e431

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Jun 10, 2018
v1.4.0.16
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