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Quoting Tom Metro <tmetro-blu-5a1Jt6qxUNc at>:

> TrueCrypt sounds like a good tool (it's been covered on several
> "Security Now" podcasts, see, but not a good fit for a backup
> application. The encrypted view of the files will be as a block device
> or big file containing the file system. Any slight change within that
> file system results in a completely different looking blob of binary
> data. Not particularly efficient for backups.

I recommend EncFS.  It's a fuse filesystem that does files-based
encryption.  Each file (and directory) is encrypted individually.


       Derek Atkins, SB '93 MIT EE, SM '95 MIT Media Laboratory
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