Because of it's not that easy, it's not part of the file system capabilities - and it requires a pretty smart integration into several authentication environments - local, AD, LDAP, ... considering QNAP does still not make use of PAM for example.nils_heidorn wrote:? Is there any real reason or are you just ignoring our needs ?
ChinaJade wrote:Three years ago in this post, I asked for folder-based encryption. Since that time, many others have begged and pleaded for this feature also.
I understand the problem is not easy to solve; however, others vendors have solved it. Solving the problem is even more important now than it was then.
Please take some time and consider providing folder-based encryption on a drop in the not-too-distant future.
One password, shared? Rubbish Personal credentials or certificates must be useable.Eduardo wrote:It's quite easy providing your data is on a Synology
schumaku wrote: One password, shared? Rubbish Personal credentials or certificates must be useable.
This is just a container encrypted with a single key. Too limiting, to inflexible, ... Takes me some minutes to set-up on a Linux or Windows system. Once the container is unlocked, the access is open - for example from a hacked Web server. Looks nice on paper - not a reasonable security solution in my opinion (just like a fully encrypted volume by the way).Eduardo wrote:Synology offers Encryption key. AES 256. I Would like to have on QNAP. Asked and announced some years ago.
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