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What's new in GBCopy 2.1:
- Add encryption feature to GBProtocol
- GBProtocol support encrypt data while transferring (optional)
- GBProtocol support authentication (optinal)
- Combine symmetric-key and public-key encryption schemes such as: RSA 1024, AES 256
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- Dung Luong
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- ROOT \ Utilities
Features at a glance
With GBCopy you can copy files or folders over network using the GBProtocol (4 - 5 times faster than the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) as it utilizes 99% of the network), transfer encrypted data, synchronize data between two locations, as well as to backup data.
The software notifies users by email when a task is complete and features both a GUI (Graphic User Interface) and a CLI (Command-line Interface). In addition, it supports compress file and rename, and the RSA 1024 bit, AES 256 bit, MD5 and SHA-256 algorithms.
You won’t have to install third-party programs
The best feature of the GBCopy application is that it works all by itself, without relying on any third-party program. To use it, just download the pre-built binary package, unpack it and run the application with a double-click on the linux_start.sh file.
Getting started with GBCopy
After opening the app, which has been certified by Softpedia with a 100% no spyware, no adware and no viruses award, you can immediately copy files locally or remotely, back and synchronize local files, as well as to configure the GBProtocol protocol, email alerts and authentication options.
Runs on Linux, Windows and Mac
Being written in the Java programming language, GBCopy is a platform-independent application that runs on any distribution of GNU/Linux, as well as on the Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X operating systems. At the moment, it supports both 64-bit and 32-bit computer platforms.
GBCopy was reviewed by Marius Nestor, last updated on January 8th, 2015