I just got Syncdocs about a week ago and I am still fiddling around with it. One question that came up to my mind was, "What if Syncdocs goes bankrupt and all the encrypted files on my Google Drive can't be decrypted using Syncdocs anymore because their service goes down with them?"
I know, this is a weird idea and it's very unlikely that this would happen, but the actual question is, "Can I decrypt my own files without the use of Syncdocs?" I tried AES Crypt (http://www.aescrypt.com/) but it did not work. I copied one of the decrypted files into the program folder and used a windows CMD (as Admin) and tried the following command with it:
"aescrypt.exe -d xxxxxx.docx.g_encrypt_aes256"
I got asked for the password, which I then entered and after that aescrypt told me:
"Error: Unsupported AES file version: 50"
Maybe there's another tool which can encrypt your files?
Thanks in advance and good work so far with your Syncdocs program!