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Project Summary

Rsync friendly file encryption - A slightly reduced strength bulk encryption. In exchange for the reduced strength, you get the ability to rsync the encrypted files, so that local changes in the plaintext file will result in (relatively) local changes to the cyphertext file.

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aes backup c++ encryption rsa rsync security

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C++
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C
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4 Other
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30 Day Summary

Sep 25 2019 — Oct 25 2019

12 Month Summary

Oct 25 2018 — Oct 25 2019
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