Note that I will probably not implement your feature if it makes user input more complicated, if it makes the code significantly less readable, or if it is unnecessary/satisfies a rare use case.
Investigate specifying multiple recipients for hybrid file encryption. This is a lot easier said than done.
Consider not chunking files less than 16 KiB. This would reduce storage overhead but reveal the size of small files. This would require a breaking change.
Wait for user feedback.
Validation for file paths now happens before being asked to enter a password.
Added empty directory validation.
Added a validation check for a salt file when encrypting directories.
Added a validation check for a salt file when decrypting directories using a private key.
The total number of files count is no longer reduced when a file is invalid (e.g. already encrypted).
Removed error logging. It is not needed, and the log file never got shared in bug reports.
Added a private key encryption example to
-h|--help to clarify that you do not need to specify your public key when encrypting files for yourself.
Simplified the examples in
Reworded several error messages.
Fixed the UnauthorizedAccessException when overwriting read-only files.
Fixed the UnauthorizedAccessException when storing the file name if the file is read-only.
-o|--overwrite setting if an exception occurs during directory encryption.
Display the copied/backup directory name when encrypting a directory without the
Rename the copied/backup directory to the original directory name if possible (if
-f|--obfuscate is specified and
-o|--overwrite is not). The directory cannot be renamed otherwise because two directories cannot have the same path.
Fixed Visual C++ runtime issues on Windows.
Chunked AEAD for encryption.
New KEK/DEK design.
Fixed Argon2 parameters.
Faster directory encryption.
Authenticated hybrid file encryption.
Masked password entry with support for random passphrase generation.
Separate encryption and signing asymmetric keys.
Private key encryption.
Export asymmetric key pairs.
Code improvements due to a rewrite.
New GitBook documentation.
No longer working on a GUI version - not enough time to work on two different versions, tricky to implement in a GUI format, not cross-platform, and more confusing for the user downloading the software.