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> 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 never considered the fact that a small change to the TrueCrypt
volume would require the whole volume to be resynced.

> Take a look at the rsynccrypto project.

I will take a look.

>> How do people...keep a copy of their personal info such
>> as bank stuff and passwords secure?
> I use KeyPass (KeyPassX on Linux) - a multi-platform password safe.

Thanks for all the suggestions.  That is the info that I need.


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