I am testing out BoxCryptor right now, and it is very close to what I need, but there is one key piece missing for me: I need to have two-factor authentication when opening encrypted documents.
Here is my scenario:
My company has documents stored on Google Drive containing user ids and passwords and server information for our clients. These documents are shared with several employees.The information in these documents is sensitive, so BoxCryptor can encrypt the files to add additional protection from being compromised. However, if one of our employees had their laptop compromised, a thief could easily get into these encrypted documents if the employee selected "Remember Me" after logging into BoxCryptor.
In order to make it more secure, I would like to have two-factor authentication on these documents so that the user would be prompted to type in a secondary password when the confidential document opens. This ensures that if their device was compromised, this information couldn't be compromised unless the thief knew the secondary password on the document.
Is this something that might be coming down the pipe for BoxCryptor? It seems like it shouldn't be too hard to implement.