So I'm paranoid...well kind of.
I'm curious if there is a solution out there that will take files from a specific location, automatically encrypt them using a provided key, and copy them to another location to be pushed into the cloud (dropbox, network drive, owncloud ect). And automatically copies changed files as well.
Here is a small diagram to explain
[ Folder ] ---automatic encrypt/copy----> [ Cloud Synced folder ]
Also, such a solution on another computer would copy the files out of the cloud synced folder, decrypt using the provided key them and copy them to another folder on that system.
While this certainly won't protect someone from stealing my laptop and getting my files, it will prevent people who get my files on the other end of the internet from being able to read them. Not that I don't trust companies like Microsoft, Google ect, because I don't - I just want to know that whatever harddrive my files go onto that my data is encrypted and fairly secure.
The keyword here is automatic - I could certainly use software like AES crypt and do it by hand. I know about Truecrypt and I think it's an awesome piece of software - but I think it might be to heavy to store a volume in something like dropbox (it is certainly possible to create a 2GB container for your entire dropbox).
I know what I'm describing it's overly difficult to implement - I just want to make sure that I don't hack together some scripts if there already exists a solution.