I am still confused as to how to use this program with Dropbox. I have installed Boxcryptor and set it up with Startup Delayer. I have created a Crypt directory in the Dropbox directory. I identify that directory as the source directory for Boxcryptor, with the Boxcrypt virtual drive as "X".
If I drag a file into the Dropbox/Crypt directory, it is not encrypted. If I drag it into the "X" volume, it is encrypted. But once the virtual drive has been created at bootup, anyone can read the unencrypted file on the "X" volume.
It seems to me that for security, I cannot walk away from my PC without rebooting, or exiting Boxcrypt, or all my encrypted files are exposed. Perhaps there is a command line alternative for this. I wish the files appeared encrypted on the virtual drive, and Boxcrypt asked for the password each time I wanted to access one.
Also, it would be great if the plaintext filename that appears in the Dropbox directory mas modified or had its extension changed so that you could tell it was the encrypted version of the file. Otherwise, you could end up confused between 2 files with the same name, one encrypted and one not, leading to a serious security breach.