What do you have to lose?
HashBackup is a Unix command-line backup program to create a local backup, and/or remote backup in your own offsite storage accounts using industry standards like rsync, ssh, sftp, ftp, ftps, imap (email), NFS and other mounted remote storage, or to 3rd-party storage: the Amazon S3 storage network, Amazon Glacier archive service, Rackspace Cloud Files, Google Cloud Storage, Google Drive, Dreamhost DreamObjects and others.
Your backup is deduplicated, compressed and then encrypted on your machine with a personal encryption key, known only to you. Dedup and compression make your backup space-efficient. Encryption prevents anyone from accessing your backup data without your personal key, making it safe to store your backups anywhere. When copied offsite, your encrypted backup data is transferred directly from your computer to your offsite storage. Backup data can be sent to more than one storage account for increased redundancy.
Check out the Features page, read about some of the commands, and give it a test drive!
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