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Re: Crypt data "on the fly"

On 02 Jun 2014, Diogene Laerce wrote:
> On 06/02/2014 06:43 PM, Bzzz wrote:
> >On Mon, 2 Jun 2014 18:32:30 +0200
> >"L.M.J" <linuxmasterjedi@free.fr> wrote:
> >
> >>   I sync my data to a cloud storage online service. I do NOT want
> >>to crypt my 60GB data at home, but I want them crypted on the
> >>cloud, so, when I rsync the data, I would like to send encrypted
> >>files on the fly. I want to have encrypted files, not rsync a 60GB
> >>encrypted partition.
> >You could mount the remote service on encfs and either work
> >directly on your remote files or rsync local to remote mount
> >point.  This way, remote data is always encrypted while the
> >key's yours.
> I use crashplan and Im quite happy with them : very professional and they
> do offer that service. ;)
> Their website : https://www.code42.com/store/

I'm surprised that no one has mentioned tarsnap: "Onlinebackups for the
truly paranoid." See www.tarsnap.com. It's specifically for Unix systems
- on Windows only via Cygwin.

Anthony Campbell - ac@acampbell.org.uk 

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