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The most secure, encrypted and powerful tar-like remote archive application for UNIX

editor's review





Cyphertite is a free, cross-platform and open source command-line application designed to enable users to easily create remote and highly encrypted backups. It can also be used as an encrypted file storage powered by the strongest standards-compliant cryptography available, Cyphertite real privacy and protection, with no questionable security protocols.

A zero knowledge encryption system

The software provides users with a zero knowledge encryption system where their data is extremely safe, protected 24/7, 365 days a year. Cyphertite offers real privacy and real security when compared with other similar products that promise to keep your most private files secure. With Cyphertite, you and only you have the key to your files!

Relies on powerful, open source software

Cyphertite offers a powerful online backup solution because it relies on powerful, open source software, such as cURL, OpenSSL, ASSL (Analysis Services Scripting Language), xmlsd, Exude, Shrink, Clog, and Clens, all of which are distributed in the source package of the Cyphertite application.

Getting started with Cyphertite

To install the Cyphertite software on your GNU/Linux operating system, you will have to download the latest release from either Softpedia or the project’s website, save the archive on your Home directory, and use your favorite archive manager utility to unpack it.

Then, open a Terminal app, go to the location where you’ve extracted the archive file (e.g. cd /home/softpedia/cyphertite-2.0.4) and run the ‘sh’ command as root (alternatively, you can run the ‘sudo sh’ command as a privileged user) and follow the on-screen instructions.

Supported on Linux, BSD, Windows and Mac OS X

Cyphertite is a true cross-platform application, designed to work on numerous operating system, including GNU/Linux (Ubuntu, openSUSE, Fedora), BSD (FreeBSD and OpenBSD), and Microsoft Windows (Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista, XP, Server 2003, and Server 2008). Supported hardware architectures include 32 and 64-bit.

Cyphertite was reviewed by Marius Nestor
Last updated on February 2nd, 2015
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