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Dropbox file synchronisation and sharing is very popular but insecure. That's the cry from start-ups pushing their sync 'n' share products to business users. With the proliferation of smart, internet-connected devices – laptops, tablets, smartphones and desktops – all built by different suppliers, there is a need to share files …

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Anonymous Coward

Hey Paresh

If you're reading this, can we have ewedrive back please? And then maybe DoD? Sometimes it doesn't pay to be before your time...

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FAIL

And the award...

...for the most pointless screen grab goes to...

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Blue Yawn of Death?

tsia

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Anonymous Coward

https://spideroak.com

It's not free, but the encryption scheme seems to be pretty bullet proof, unless you are silly enough to access your data from a client that requires the decryption to be done on the host rather than locally.

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Pint

still looking...

for an open source and free cross platform sync tool that does not use the cloud.

Any recommendations?

i.e. dropbox but without or limited cloud sync.

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