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Old 15th June 2011
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Default cyphertite BETA 0.1.4 - Secure offsite data backup!

For anyone who is not familiar, Cyphertite is a tar-like secure remote archiver. It deduplicates, compresses, and encrypts data prior to transmission, providing total privacy while reducing unnecessary wire traffic. It seamlessly supports IPv6 and IPv4 on a variety of platforms.

We are currently running a public beta test. The goal of our beta run is to work out bugs that could offline our systems before we offer a paid service. We have kept the registration information we request from any interested parties to an absolute minimum to encourage usage.

As of today, we have released an updated version of the BETA software and encourage you to try it out if you are at all interested in a secure offsite backup solution. Visit https://www.cyphertite.com to register for an account if you don't already have one. You can also download the newest software from the products page. Enjoy!
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