Cryptkeeper is a system tray applet for Linux which allows creating encrypted and password protected folders for securely saving your files. These folders are hidden by default, but you can unhide and access them anytime from the appropriate password. Cryptkeeper can also be used to import ENCFS files encrypted files. See the simple steps explained below to understand how to install and use this software.
CyberGhost is a free VPN service like TunnelBear, which is meant to allow users to surf anonymously with an alternative foreign IP and encrypted connection to help secure their internet connection. Once you run CyberGhost, your internet connection is routed through the VPN service with an SSL encrypted connection which conceals your true identity online and protects you from hackers.
FreeVDF is a virtual disk management software which allows creating virtual disks which can be encrypted and password protected. FreeVDF also allows mounting CD/DVD drives images. This makes FreeVDF more than a virtual disk mounting application, as one can create encrypted virtual drives on a computer and password protected the data inside them.
KNote is an advanced and secure note taking application that allows creating encrypted notes with images, videos, text, etc and provides the utility to publish it over the KNote website to be accessed by a given URL. Content can be saved to a note via simple drag and drop which makes it easy to save data in note form.