Hi Folks, I have a folder that I'd like to encrypt using the right-click option in Ubuntu but I'm not sure how to go about it. Basically, when I right click on the folder, I see an option called: Encrypt... Clicking on this option brings up the Password and Encryption Keys Manager. I click on File/New and get three choices none of which seem to fit the bill. They are Secure shell key which would be useful if I want to tunnel, PGP Key which is for encrypting Email traffic and Password Keyring for application and Network Passwords. Surely I'm missing something. There must be a simple way to encrypt a folder without resorting to Ccrypt or Truecrypt. Can anyone help me out here?