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Comment: Re:Duplicity. (Score 1) 983

by durin (#46471381) Attached to: How Do You Backup 20TB of Data?

I'm sure there must be something I'm missing in your reasoning.
How do you make sure that the files on the "other side" are not read by anyone? Sounds like you just transfer the files (presumably using rsync over ssh) and leave them plain on the remote server. With duplicity, the encryption and decryption is all handled on the client side.

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